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 Man Climbing Stairs From: LABLaughsClean Perpetually ascending staircase.  How can the man go up all the time and come back  to the same place over and over?
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 Wavy Dominos From: LABLaughsClean At: LABLaughs@LABLaughs.com on 1/20/2006 Warped Square?  There are no curved lines in this figure.
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 Rotating dot whirlpool From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html Wow! Try staring at this for more than 5 seconds without going crazy. Then try following it round! Curves constantly die out and then re-evolve as part of another curve.
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 Skewed Lines From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html All these tracks look as though they've come from a broken down  railway track, but in actual fact, they are perfectly parallel! To  prove they really are parallel, watch the small 'hairs' gradually  disappear. You will see the lines as how you would expect them to be.
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 A Bulge From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html Created by Akiyoshi Kitaoka, the lines in this picture  below are completely parallel would you believe? Visit his Anomalous motion illusions web site for more illusions in this style.
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 The drawing Paris In The Springtime From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html What does this simple green signpost say? Guess again.
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 The Glowing Core From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html Look into the centre (white point) and stare for a while. How many colours can you see altogether in the object? You should see a purplish circle... and the 4 rotating 'wings' are tinted green. Make sure you always keep focused on the centre. Once you've done this, read on... Are those four wings really green? Amazingly, they are exactly the same colour as the circle inside. Don't believe me? Well try following one of the wings round. You'll see that the colour matches the inner circle perfectly.
 NB. The faster the circle rotates, the better the illusion will work.  Unfortunately, Explorer has great trouble displaying GIF animations faster than about 10 frames per second, so I suggest saving the anim and then using an external such as Irfanview. Visit www.irfanview.com for more details.
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 Wheel of Confusion From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html   Wheel of Confusion Which way is the wheel turning!? Focus on the red dots and follow them round... it appears to be  rotating anti-clockwise. However, if you follow the yellow dots round  instead, the whole wheel will be turning the other way! - clockwise!
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 Find Your Blind Spot comes From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 Source: http://www.skytopia.com/project/illusion/illusion.html Another popular one - and quite unnerving if you've never seen it before...  Close your left and eye and just focus your right eye on the tiny cross. At some point the big circle will disappear as it crosses your 'blind spot'. If you can't see this effect, then try sitting closer/further from the screen.
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 Ambiguity From: igiggle on 1/25/2006 There's certainly something very ambiguous about which way this is meant to be up...

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