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Impossible Triangles Optical Illusion

I figure if I'm starting up posting again there is no better place to start then with a creation by Zsolt. He has been a faithful viewer of this blog and he was the first to comment on the fact that I was going to be starting up posting again. Thanks for the encouragement Zsolt.

The following 3-D optical Illusion was created by Zsolt M. Kovacs-Vajna a professor at the University of Brescia in Brescia Italy.

Eight Impossible triangles

Used w/permission © Zsolt M. Kovacs-Vajna 2005

What you are looking at are 8 identical impossible triangles floating in space. Only the near and far triangles look like the typical illusion. The others look distorted because we are viewing them from a bad perspective (see other impossible triangles here, here, here and here).

Still having trouble wrapping your head around this image play this 3-D video. Hopefully the video will shed some light on the image.


Zsolt said...

There is only one non-linear (impossible) triangle created and positioned in front of three mirrors: the other 7 triangles are all reflections of the original...

sinani201 said...

i dont get it...

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