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Disappearing Fluff Optical Illusion

Sci-Art Bloggers Friday Favorites

Here is a great optical illusion that relies on after-image effects and the fact that your eye is always making small movements. Stare at the black dot in the center. What happens to the various colored fluff? How can so many various colors all disappear?

Colored fluff optical illusion image

(C)2005 D.White

Well this is the Sci-Art bloggers Friday Favorites. The Sci-Art bloggers are a group of bloggers that frequently cover that area where art and science overlap.

Below are some postings from our members that I picked for our ninth Friday Favorites set.


Bibi's Box "Cute bento boxes"
Inner_Muse "Scarab"
She Dreams in Digital "Cream Petals on Red"
What Is It? "This Weeks Photos"
Artsy Science "The end...?" This might be the end of his Blogger blog. Next Stop, "fancy-dancy super-improved Movable Type weblog"
The Daily Poligraf "Already"

As our group grows I will only put posts here that are submitted by the members. But until then enjoy some fascinating posts for this week.


Walt said...

The below comment previously archived on haloscan.com


Very cool stuff! I think I just had a seizure though and my left eye fell out.

LaVarious | Homepage | 10.03.05 - 8:34 pm | #


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