Ziya Tong, producer and host of The Daily Planet on Discovery Canada, tweeted a gif that clearly shows how the same two colors can look either black and blue or yellow and white.
Adding some white lines or a cutout to an animated gif produces a cool 3D effect. From the Split Depth Gifs subreddit. [via Reality Carnival]
The sun lights things from above, so our brains are used to seeing shadows appear below convex things and above concave things. It’s easy to trick your brain by rotating a map or photo upside down.
Spinning things with contrasting stripes are evidently mesmerising.
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