Here’s a very impressive impossible rooftop illusion by Kokichi Sugihara, a professor of Mathematics Engineering at the Meiji University, Japan. As you can see on the first part of the YouTube video, four balls were placed on top of the triangular rooftop one by one. It seems that they magically stay on top and do not fall. But before you eventually freak out, watch carefully when the house is being turned around in a different angle. This only proves that we should look at things in different perspective before we make a conclusion. Magic? Nah! Brilliant illusion? Yes, and it [More]
At one time, optical illusions were something that we looked at when somebody handed us a paper or perhaps we would have a book full of different optical illusions. They often amazed us, showing us that the world was not always exactly as we perceive it. In fact, some of those optical illusions continue to fool us, regardless of how many times we look at them or where they appear. Today, we still may appreciate a good optical illusion that we see on paper but, more than likely, we see them online. Sometimes, they even are produced through digital means [More]