To see the illusion, you need to stare intently at the black dot
in the centre of the image and move your head toward then away
from the screen
Here's and easy little test for you. Just count how many
black dots you can see
Look at this image and decide if you think the grey
lines are straight or not?
Stare at this image long enough and you'll start to see
it move before your very eyes.
out loud the following list of colors, remembering to read the
The reason you might be struggling with this relatively simple
task is that one side of your brain is telling you the word while
the other side is showing you the color.
See this image appear to shimmer as you look at it? If that's
not enough follow the ridge around the circle and watch it
change into a groove.
your right eye and stare at the black circle. The move closer to
the screen and see the cross disappear. Move back again and the
cross will reappear Now imagine the cross is a motorbike and think
about them next time you go out line the car!
Look at this picture and what do you see, a woman looking to
the left or an Eskimo looking out into the night
Just in case you aren't feeling ill enough already, check this
one out. To enhance the effect scroll up and down
Is square B the same shade of gray as A? Believe it or not
,yes they are both the same shade of gray
is an "Eye Examination Chart". Increase the distance from the
chart until it is readable
colors look brighter, more vibrant? If you said the one on the
right , you're right. Why? The boarders.
at the black dot for 30 seconds and the scroll down to the
second picture. It looks normal or does it?
President Clinton and Vice President Gore? Look again.
you see a white triangle?
it a young girl or and old women?
a man sees before and after six beers
a picture of the devil or six women?
one will make you dizzy. Try focusing on just the center circle
while moving your head.
at the black spot in the center of the four colored squares for
about 30 seconds. Then scroll down and move your gaze to the black
spot in the uniform white area. Note the colors of the afterimages
relative to the colors of the original stimuli. Did they appear