"QUANTUM SHOT" #334(rev) Link - article by Avi Abrams
We love it when pictures play with our minds
Careful! Don't hurt your brain looking at these images. Better yet, warp your brain into another dimension.
To achieve different angle, illusion or an unusual effect with only two-dimensional picture is a challenge many photographers and artists can't seem to pass by. The three-dimensional sculptures can increase the desired "I simply can not believe this is real" effect. But in every occasion we keep asking ourselves how this trick was pulled off, or even conceived - and such mind-games only add to the visual magic.
"The House, that Swift Built"
(image credit: Anna Gunter)
ANSWER: There are six F's in the sentence. There is no catch. Many people forget the F in "OF", and that word appears three times in the sentence. The human brain tends to see them as V's and not F's! If you spotted four, five, or even all six, well you beat the average!
Life imitates illusion
Do you remember M. C. Escher's "impossible staircases"?
well, somebody found the similar structure somewhere in Russia:
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