It's impossible to imagine how these drawings could possibly be flat until you watch the videos of how they're created.
I would like a shower.
These are interesting AF.
Tout n'est qu'illusion.
"Wait, what?!" -Your Brain
Can you get all of these?
Hold onto your screens.
But is it real or fake?
How did they do that? ARE WIZARDS REAL???
BRB, *picks up mind from the floor*.
The edgy magician answers a few questions.
No special effects or green screens needed!
We asked the top scientists in the world about this very important topic...
Des GIFs renversants trouvés sur Reddit.
Looks can be deceiving.
Hope you're not feeling touchy today.
Seeing is believing.
This isn't your normal "dove appearing from mid-air" magic trick.
The lesson, as always: Science is the coolest.
"Is this...is this for real?"
Don't believe what your eyes tell you.
There's something strange about each of these photos. Can you figure them out?
What. Is. Going. On.
You might have to watch this thing twice. Inspired by this awesome post.
Ever notice how many things look like genitals at first glance?
No. No, of course it's not possible. Are you crazy?
I am so confused right now.
Images + printer + scissors = existential terror.
This demonstration of a cool physics trick is probably the only way I'm ever likely to enjoy watching swinging balls.
The only difference between these two faces is their degree of contrast. Yet the face on the left appears female and the one on the right looks male.
This will work every time. Our brain is fantastically weird.
Once you know how this works... it'll never work for you again. Your brain falls for the trick once but not twice.
This little ICP miracle (how the f@#% does it work?) was in the top 10 finalists of the Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest 2010. (via Boing Boing.)
In the illusion biz, a kickin' headshot & sweet card fans are the key to self-promotion. And let me just tell you, these guys not only specialize in card tricks, they're also great at making things disappear....like women.
I hope you like illusions involving candles. 'Cuz this is a good one.
Similar to the Makeup Girl photograph that made the rounds of the Internet a couple of weeks ago, Alexa Meade's bodypainted models are a stunning exercise in artistic illusion. Reverse trompe l'oeil? (Via The Swedish Bed)
Nothing to see here. Unless you want to have your mind blown by a crazy optical illusion!