Space Shuttle Optical Illusion is a pretty neat perspective optical illusion. This lovely family photo taken by zorankaltenbaugh is a neat shot in front of the giant space shuttle launch site.. or is it? In actuality the space ship is only about 18 inches tall! Who knew? Zorankaltenbaugh did an awesome job in taking this Perspective Optical Illusion.
Sand cliffs Optical Illusion is an illusion taken with perspective and camera angles. Most sand piles are more like sand dooms then sand cliffs, so how could this be? Or is it really a cliff? Well its all in the perspective, and hey thats why its an optical illusion 🙂
Cow Optical Illusion was a photo taken by accident by unintelligiBill. Have you ever seen such a strange cow? It changes colors mid body, its almost like a Frankenstein cow! If you pay close attention the the front legs you will notice theres is a few to many, so hey this could be Frankensteins special! But on the other hand maybe untilelligiBill just accidentally took an amazing photograph of this cow girl at just the right angle!
Leaning Tower Optical Illusions are really just perspective illusions. By lining up objects and different depths you can create an optical illusion that they are the same or similar size, in this case leaning towers. The first picture is the famous Leaning tower of Pisa.
The second picture of a clock tower was taken at Puzzling World in New Zealand.
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Holding the Sun Optical Illusion is a perspective optical illusion using distance to create illusions of relative sizes. The first one is of person holding the sun in the palm of their hands. The second illusion is of a girl giving the sun a big kiss! These illusions arnt created by giants but normal people and creative camera angles to better known as a perspective optical illusion.
Little People Optical Illusion is a perspective optical illusion similar to the miniature people optical illusion. When playing with your camera lining up people at different people within close and further depths can gives some pretty cool shots. Then of course you could always just find some munchkins or umpalumpas! Another classic example of a perspective optical illusion is Ames room which appears cubic but in actuality is a very oblong shape, viewed straight on gives a very cool perspective illusion.
Transparent Painted Cube Optical Illusion is mainly a trick of perspective. This photo by Brian May shows this cubic masterpiece. If you look at the base of the lockers in the washroom you will notice a slight anomalies in the picture. This cube appears to be translucent but in fact it was painted to match the area around it. This cube is an example example of a perspective optical illusion.
These 3D Room Optical Illusions are a very cool effect. When viewed from the right angle they produce amazing visual effects. These designs are generally created using light to portray the image across the many surfaces. They can then be painted using the light/shadows as a guideline of where to paint.
These are spectacular illusions and can be done on any surface in and any area. I have seen them on harbors, rooms, city blocks ect. Enjoy