Today’s submission is thanks to a follower of MoIllusions, Hans. He created a very special piece made entirely out of Legos. It was quite difficult for… The post Sunday Funday appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Dear denim designers: can u not. Seriously though, what on earth is going on with jeans lately? First they tried to sell us fake mud jeans for $425. Then they tried to make detachable cut-out jeans happen. And, now they want us to get...Show More Summary
“Optical illusion: how cleverly the war begins / in his ’93 Mazda MPV.”
Today, I enjoyed my day hanging out and shopping. I needed more chairs to entertain my guests. This was my chance to splurge on the… The post How Do You Sit On This Chair? appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Portland, Oregon stop-motion animator Kevin Parry of LAIKA (The Boxtrolls, Kubo and the Two Strings) released two videos (1 and 2) featuring some of his most incredible optical illusions. We previously wrote Kevin when he demonstrated 100 different types of walks while on a treadmill. via Tastefully Offensive Animator Demonstrates 100 Different Types of Walks...
Before Twitter killed Vine, Kevin Parry was famous for his mind-bending short clips. The US-based stop-motion animator creates videos with clever and fun optical illusions. Even though we all know they are just clever filmmaking andShow More Summary
Before Twitter killed it off, Kevin Parry was a Vine star (who has since jumped ship to Instagram) known for his simplistic yet mind-blowing optical illusions. He's since compiled a few of them into a longer video that will have you spending the rest of the day trying to figure out how he made each one. More »
The best online videos of the week, including. The magic of iPhone X, Nerf Bow Trick Shots, $3 Seafood Vs $213 Seafood, Why We Need To Talk About The PewDiePie Racial Slur Controversy, Optical Illusions and heaps more! More »
Whether it's fun with mirrors, advanced video editing, or just an optical illusion and a smart phone, Kevin Parry gets it done. Open thread below...
I’ve always had a fear of being on the job site and injuring myself. I am definitely more of the sit at a desk and stationarily… The post How Do You Have This Happen To You At Work? appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
A very close friend of mine whom shall be unnamed is a biologist. One of his bleeding passions is bird watching. He enjoys heading on… The post Biologist Discovers New Species of Bird appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Mondays tend to be slow and groggy around here. Especially when there is so much work to catch up with. Today, I have a shout… The post 3D Printer Illusion appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Don’t you wonder how stereograms created? First, you come up with an editable and a rotatable 3D image then you create a 2D pattern and… The post How Stereograms Are Created? appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
What is guaranteed in our lifetime? Death and Taxes right… Let’s be positive instead and think about the good things we get up for in… The post Adopting An Illusion appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
I guess this isn’t really a throwback, but it really brings the past back to the future! If you don’t know what Waldo is, we’re… The post Throwback Thursday : Where’s Waldo – VR Edition! appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
The Department of Astonishing Optical Illusions wants to go to the beach with artist Abdel Benjana, who used watercolors to paint a stone at Imsouane Beach in Agadir, Morocco to make it perfectly complete the rock formation in the background, but with a wonderfully surreal enhancement. [via Twisted Sifter]
Today, I found a very interesting thing. A scrumptious, red and ripe apple waiting for me to eat. We all know the saying, “an apple… The post An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Images are great way to test your IQ skills. When you find worthwhile test, its always in your best interest to brag by sharing with… The post Painting Illusion: Spot All Brown and White Horses appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Everyone loves a good optical illusion. There's a weird sort of delight in realizing that you can't always control your brain's perception of something, even if you try really, really hard to fight against it. SEE ALSO: This viral optical...Show More Summary
Stare are the circle (below) for about ten seconds and your brain will eventually perceive it as red! Try it, you’ll see! Reddit user SEILogistics has the explanation: It’s caused by a prefrontal imbalance of the auxiliary nerve on the eye retina created by the spheroid object being stared it. Show More Summary