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Transparent Phone Optical Illusion

This is an unretouched photograph. We have seen laptops done to death, but here is a excellently done cell phone. To quote the artist, "This was so much more difficult to do than the laptop screen!"

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Anonymous said...

i think theres another screen on the other side and it conects to the front one

Jon said...

maybe the fingers on the screen are reflections of the fingers on the other hand.

Walt said...

A photo of the fingers is used as the background image for the phone screen. Then it is just a matter of lining things up for the photo.

Anonymous said...

the person is taking a picture of his hand so it looks like you can see through the screen

Anonymous said...

thats fake you just had the fone on camera and held it there and then took a picture

Anonymous said...

omg do you think we are ill thatn ent hard to work out all dey done is left da camera on god it ai ard to work out

Anonymous said...

you people are idiots.
why do you think it's called an optical ILLUSION?
And to the gangsta, learn some english, moron.

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