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Description Presented here is a vast gallery of many different forms of Optical Illusions. Whether these optical illusions are conveyed through fractals, photographs, architecture, art, or old fashioned pen and ink, they are bound to remind you that "seeing is not believing."

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Snowflake in the Wind

This is an anomalous motion illusion, as you scan the image and your eyes move from one point to another parts of the image will appear to move. This creation was inspired by Akiyoshi Kitaoka, he is a master of optical illusions and a must stop for all fans. If you have been to his site in a while he is adding things on a regular basis.

Snowflake in the Wind
Walt Anthony


Anonymous said...

It seems to get bigger... hm...

smallducky21 said...

To me it doesn't move at all...I've panned over it with my eyes and nothing happens I see what it is...multicolored ovals arranged to make it look like moves when in fact it doesn't....hmmm

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