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Tuesday, May 31, 2011
This dress was designed by Alexander McQueen and uses a simple trick where white and black lines create a delusion, Which is effective in giving an area which saw him hold a narrow waist. It works because the white central part is narrower in the waist, and wider in the area of the breasts and hips.
Monday, May 30, 2011
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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The convincing likeness of the son of God may look like it was intentionally created, but it was actually the result of a flash flood after a torrential downpour.
During the hour-long rain storm, water surged into the reception of EMS Maintenance in Willenhall, Wolverhampton.
The workforce was sent home during the flood and when they returned the next day, they were met by the 5in image of Christ
"I was on my way through reception and upstairs when I just caught a glimpse of something out of the corner of my eye," said supervisor Jason Prosser.
"It was immediately obvious it resembled a face - and the similarities with the traditional image of Christ are very striking."
Monday, May 23, 2011
Great Photo of Napoleon Bonaparte with Lettuce and Potato
Sunday, May 22, 2011
In nature, we see the butterfly that has large black dots that look like eyes. And Caterpillars and other insects that appear as if their eyes are big and black, but in fact, they are just a distractionary technique to fool hungry predators. This man has taken it to a new extreme... In order for people to stop talking to him he has tatooed a face on the back of his head! I don't think this is just marker ladies and gentelmen!
If you look at this grid, you will notice black spots appearing and disappearing between the squares. But you can't look directly at the spots, they only appear on the edges. This illusion was named after L. Hermann, who first described this phenomenon.
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
Impossible illusions are a type of optical illusions that cannot possibly exist. These figures seem plausible at first sight, but after viewing it for a few seconds the impossibility becomes apparent. even mind-bending features is through the use of optical illusions. In effect, However, with clever design it’s possible to create objects that look impossible when viewed from the correct angle. amazing optical illusion video
One the most common impossible figure is the Penrose Triangle. The Penrose Triangle also called the Penrose Tribar appears to be a solid object, made of three straight beams of square cross-section which meet pairwise at right angles at the vertices of the triangle they form.
Now here is the impossible made possible.
The “Impossible Triangle” in Perth, Australia, was created by artist Brian McKay in collaboration with architect Ahmad Abas. But how did they do it? Let’s look at it from the other side.
Another impossible triangle located in Ophoven, Belgium. This one was achieved differently.
An another one at Gotschuchen, South Austria.
The Belvedere is another impossible structure
Another look at it from a different angle.
M. C. Escher’s “Ascending and Descending” is another famous impossible building.
Andrew Lipson and Daniel Shiu constructed several “Ascending and Descending” structures using Lego.
Cool, isn’t it?