This music video produced for the song “Sweater”, performed by the Belgian band Willow, is pretty interesting. The lone guy featured in the video spends the entire time in a white room. By projecting scenes and animation onto the walls and floor of the room, it appears that he is walking down stairs, walking around […]
In this brief video from Scientific American, the Ames Room illusion is demonstrated and then completely revealed. If you are not familiar with an Ames Room, first have a look at this vintage Ames Room illusion photograph. Now watch the video and see exactly how this trick is done.
In this new video from Youtube sensation Brusspup, a group of eight balls can be seen rotating around in a circle. If you focus on one individual ball at a time, however, you will notice that they are not rotating in a circle pattern at all. Rather, each ball is moving in a straight line. […]
OK Go is an American band known for their unusually quirky videos. For their latest effort promoting their new single The Writing’s on the Wall, from the forthcoming album titled Hungry Ghosts, they decided to dive head first into the realm of optical illusions. What they came up with is an entertaining music video featuring […]
It took Brusspup about 10 hours to create this anamorphic optical illusion paying homage to the 1982 movie Tron. He describes the process of taping the Christmas lights to the wall as “painstaking” as they kept falling off. Thankfully, he was patient enough to see it through to completion. When discussing the illusion, he offers […]
Last week, we posted the first place winner of the 2014 Best Illusion of the Year Contest. Today’s illusion is the third place winner called ‘A Turn in the Road’ by Kimberley D. Orsten and James R. Pomerantz from Rice University in Houston, Texas. This illusion video shows three images, two of which are matching images […]
The 10th annual edition of the Best Illusion of the Year contest was held on May 18, 2014 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Taking home the prestigious first place prize were Christopher D. Blair, Gideon P. Caplovitz, and Ryan E.B. Mruczek from the University of Nevada Reno. Their illusion was a new twist on an old […]