The Cafe Wall Optical Illusion refers to the pattern on the walls of the building below. This building is located in Melbourne Australia. The cafe wall illusion is created by using black and white squares shifted in a zig zag pattern. The orange floor lines seems to either shrink or grow on either side; In fact orange lines are actually completely parallel. This illusion was first discovered by Gegroy and Heard who first noticed the illusion on a wall decorated in a cafe in England, hence the origin of the “Cafe Wall Illusion”. For more examples of similar illusions be sure to check out Straight or bent Illusion Section of Visual Fun House.
The Bent lines Optical Illusion is a neat illusion in that it tricks your eyes into thinking the straight lines are actually bent, if you look closely or block of part of the star you will see that the two vertical lines are actually perfectly straight straight.
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Try doing your own type of simillar Optical Illusions, you just need a digital camera and some good angels.
If you come up with anything cool be sure to submit it!
The Bending Lines Optical Illusion Gives the impression that the red lines are moving as they bend and wave. These static images confuse the brain into thinking its in motion. And yes its is a static jpg not a animated gif so look a little closer and do the wave.