We have seen optical illusions and have cherished them since our childhood. Basic illusions are simple to understand, they are created due to arrangement of images, effect of colors, impact of light source etc. which results in several misleading effects in the picture.
You must have tried to figure out all the 12 images in the picture that is formed by using multiple layers of different photographs. For a normal human being, it is impossible to find all the twelve because our brain can’t figure what it hasn’t observed previously, therefore each optical illusion appears different to different people. This is an interesting aspect of optical illusions.
But, today, I am going to share another form of optical illusion a.k.a. Animated Optical Illusion in which an animated picture is created using 6 layers of the same picture and those layer are cut in stripes of the same distance, when this is animated image is seen from a slide with equally spaced stripes, the images appears to moving.
I hope that these animated optical illusions can be used to created 3D models of organic chemical compounds, that would be a real help to students studying organic chemistry.
How animated illusions work and how they are created is explained in the video below. Enjoy.
Here’s the video of Animated Optical Illusions:-
What do you think about these animated optical illusions? I found this video on my Facebook profile shared by a fellow blogger.