My daughter send this photo to me. I put it in Photoshop to check. The "reddest" part I could find using the eyedropper had an RGB value of 153/181/182. So technically there is some red in the image, but here is what 153/181/182 looks like:
Not very red!
From @rainmaker1973 on Twitter: “Your visual system constantly adapts to all the external stimuli, and this is why if you stare at this picture, it will slowly disappear” Doesn’t work for me! Previously: Optillusions.
When this curious contraption is switched on, an inner circle of white balls appears to be rolling inside the outer circle, but that’s actually not the case at all. Below is a video explaining this circular motion illusion. Learn more about the mathematics behind it, specifically Copernicus’ Theorem, and the ingenious hypocycloid mechanical gear design […]
And if shaking your head really fast is, er, problematic, you can also just look at an angle or move away from the screen until the image appears. Here’s an Instructable on how to make your own head-shaking illusions. (via r/interestingasfuck)
There’s a reason you’re hearing about the gig economy in every other business story these days. More than ever, people are finding income from more than one source. And if you find the right one, a side hustle can do more than just pad your pockets – it can allow you to finally get paid […]
High-def cameras are available to anyone and for much less than they were just a decade ago. Even the phones in our pockets can be used to shoot and edit short films. It’s never been easier to be a filmmaker, providing you have the technique. Enter the Film & Cinematography Mastery Bundle, an online boot […]
Breaking into the indie video game market may be easier than you think. It all starts with an idea, and then it’s a matter of finding the right development platform to bring it to life. No matter what that platform is, it’s a good bet that it’s covered in the 2019 Game Dev & Design […]