All the spheres are the same color.
Whoa. Those dancing dots!
I'm still trying to work on that first one you posted, @wadcorp. I can see the spheres the same colour, but only one at a time. Haven't been able to see them all the same colour at the same time. Have you?
@wadcorp Hurray for me 😁
The image reminds me of Piero Piccioni’s I Giovani Tigri soundtrack reissued on CD in the ‘90s . . .
Stare at the image above for a minute, and then take a look at the blank space while blinking.
Which orange circle is bigger?
Escher, the grandaddy of optical illusionists.
Always liked this one, the never ending stairs
@Tourist Staircase To No Place from Chance Encounters In Gardens Of Light
@wadcorp this one reminds me of velvet and black light.
The Ponzo Illusion: which line is bigger?
They all make me a little dizzy, but this one especially.
Thousand-Hand Dance - Tarian Seribu Tangan
The horizontal lines are parallel.
How many black dots?
16 . . . err . . . 32 . . . ?
@Alec Bzzzz… none.
If you stare at the center of the grid, the crazy peripheries begin to fix themselves. It is thought that the brain has a bias towards order and regular patterns and will actually go about "fixing" the problems on the sides.
Notice how when you scroll down it kicks to the left, and when you scroll up it kicks to the right?