This massive crashing wave is actually a anamorphic illusion created on a 265-foot wide screen that stands more than 65 feet tall.
If last week’s optical illusions didn’t blow your mind then this week’s illusions will surely finish you off. Below is the second part of our collection of mind-blowing optical illusions including an explanation of the “spinning woman” optical illusion that so many readers argued with Geek Slop about.
Below are a few mind-bending optical illusions that demonstrate how our minds can visually perceive an image that differs from reality. In these instances, the information gathered by your eye is processed incorrectly by your brain.
In the picture below, do you see a man standing on the shores of a lake, reflections of trees on the water? Now rotate the picture 90 degrees counterclockwise to see what is really portrayed in this photograph.
Stare at this picture long enough and you’ll see the man turn his face (this is a profile and front-facing view all-in-one).
Robbie Khan of Robbie Khan Photography created this cool animated gif using four frames he shot at a train station in England. He says it is his first .gif and oh boy, what a strange result he achieved with the final pic. Depending on your mood at the time, the train can appear to be…