There is a simple trick about this optical illusion, but first take a look these two images below and see what they look like to you. Do those balls appear to be on the ground on the first and up on the second image? They sure do if you orientate by the shadow below the balls. We can't mistrust the shadow, or can we? Yes we can. Now look at the shadow position on the first and the second image and you'll see that balls stand on exactly the same place they did on the first image, but the shadow is moved. isn't it?
So, I guess it only makes sense to list realistic heart tattoos as well. Looking at this picture, I envision a doctor walking into the waiting room with his shirt open to expose the heart tattoo and show little Timmy how the chambers function. Creepy thought in a way, but still a cool heart tattoo.
Variant Ankle Tattoo ... There are many choices if you want to draw Ankle tattoos. Flowers, tribal, dragons, and many others. Most ankle tattoo used by women who want to impress with a little sexy tattoo on the decoration of beautiful legs, so choose the right image you really like and fit in your legs.
Right now you probably see a happy little dolphin splashing in some waves. Cleverly disguised within the low spatial frequency of this hybrid is nothing other than a car, which you will see once you step back a few meters.
This optical illusion has been created in three dimensions. It is a real object. However impossible things seem to happen! The wooden balls seem to roll uphill. It cannot be magnets - they do not work on wood! This wonderful illusion was created by Koukichi Sugihara from the Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences in Japan. In May 2010 this video was the winner of the Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest 2010.
However once the structure rotates, we can see that it is not constructed as we initially thought. We might have thought that the wooden balls were rolling uphill. Once we view it from the other side, we can see that in fact the balls are rolling downhill, and that the laws of physics are still being obeyed.
Well not three, just two of them are (slightly) offensive actually – if you are puritan, that is. There’s not much talk whether these were photoshopped or not, most of them were. But still, they make fine showcase for today. None of them deserved a dedicated post to be featured in, but if you put them altogether in one place, there is an argument to post them. People see all sort of things in clouds. You wouldn’t believe me, if I told you how often I get cloud submissions, where no-one but their author sees something in it. I’m not even sure how many cloud illusions I had to ditch by now…