It took me a while to figure out what the deal is with this photo. I thought at first someone coated their thighs in oil. But then I saw it for what it really was. It reminds me of a Necker cube, only for legs.
"Magic Eye" autostereograms were all the rage in the 1990s. You'd stare at the strange pattern, cross your eyes slightly, and a 3D image was meant to appear. Sometimes it worked for me, other times not. But in the moment when an image did emerge, I'd feel a strange meditative calm come over my mind… READ THE REST
Seed? No seed? Half full? Half empty? White-and-gold? Black-and-blue?Laurel? Yanny? (Metro via Fark) READ THE REST
When looking at the image above, what do you see? Wavy lines or zigzag lines? I see both, and according to psychologist Kohske Takahashi, who discovered this optical illusion in 2017, seeing zigzag lines means I have "curvature blindness." In other words, there aren't really any zigzag lines, only curvy ones. The good news is,… READ THE REST
English and Spanish top the list as the first and second most used languages in the United States, but what's the third? As your mind sprints through options like French, Chinese, or Japanese, there's a good chance you might not nail it on the first try. According to expert Trudy Suggs, the third most used… READ THE REST
If you're a musician, a podcast host, or any sort of audio content creator, you already know the drill. You record performances using your prime equipment, save your master files, then dump all of your content on your computer's audio workstation to create a proper mix. Up until now, there hasn't really been a better… READ THE REST
From humble beginnings in the 1980s, Asus has grown to become an international power in the world of tech, especially in the realm of personal computing. While their standing as the world's fifth-largest PC seller is nothing to sneeze at, one area where the Taiwanese firm has really excelled is in crafting some of the… READ THE REST