In baseball, a good curveball can turn a hitter's legs to jelly, traveling on a devastating arc that causes him to wave his bat awkwardly at where the baseball used to be. In science, a good curveball can tell researchers a lot about the differences between what a person sees when an object is viewed via the eye's narrow band of central (or foveal) vision, compared with what the object looks like when spotted through one's peripheral vision.
I’m simply going to refer to this optical illusion as the black void optical illusion. The aim of the game is to take a good long look at this illusion and tell me exactly what you see. Numerous people have reported seeing different... Read Post
Yesterday, I posted up another brain teaser optical illusion, because I know all of you love brain teasers. If you didn’t check it out, it’s called the Bent Legs Optical Illusion and a lot of you left comments here and on the Facebo... Read Post