German sociologist Franz Carl Müller-Lyer (1857-1916) created an optical illusion that showed how changing the direction of angle brackets on line segments can make the segments look longer or shorter than they actually are. Artist Gianni A. Sarcone made a animated versions of the illusion and the effect is even more pronounced.
Every year, the nonprofit Neural Correlate Society, an organization “that promotes scientific research into the neural correlates of perception and cognition,” holds a competition for the Best Illusion of the Year. This year’s winner is the above “Dual Axis Illusion” created by Frank Force (USA). “This spinning shape appears to defy logic by rotating around […]
Traffic disappears into a higher dimension, on this bridge. Witchcraft. https://t.co/9jXxSFjXv6 pic.twitter.com/yO9MaGokHy — Cliff Pickover (@pickover) August 5, 2019 Where they’re going, they don’t need roads.
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