We have changed this famous photo below. Can you spot the seven differences? You can click the picture for a larger view if it helps.
Acocdrnig to an Elgnsih unviesitry sutdy the oredr of letetrs in a wrod dosne’t mttaer, the olny thnig thta’s iopmrantt is that the frsit and lsat ltteer of eevry wrod is in the corcret ptoision. The rset can be jmbueld and you are stlil albe to raed the txet wiohtut dclftfuiiy.
We have been playing around on our graphics program again. This guy is upside down, well most of him anyway.
If you put nine of these hexagons together you can make a triangle, albeit an impossible triangle Click or hover on the picture to reveal it.
We don't have an explanation for this optical, we were just playing around with the old impossible triangle illusion and eventually this is what came out.
With the whole world seemingly interested in the vote to decide who will be the next Pope, we thought you might like this funny picture. Can you spot the invisible Cardinal? Click here to reveal the answer.
The Optical Spy Space Face combines Helix Nebula eyes an Andromeda Galaxy mouth with an impression of a Wormhole nose and Veil Nebula features and eyebrows.
Krishna's Butterball is a giant natural rock perched on a hillside in Mamallapuram, India seemingly in defiance of all laws of physics—it's a common sight to see visitors placing hands under the stone posing for pics, which looks as though they are holding it! The rock provides welcome shade if you dare to sit underneath it, and local kids have discovered that the slippery nearby hillside also makes a great natural slide
“On April 23, 1972, Apollo 16 astronauts Charlie Duke and John Young embarked on the third and final EVA of the mission, exploring the Descartes Highlands via Lunar Roving Vehicle. During the EVA, before setting up a Solar Wind Collector, Duke placed a small family photo he had brought along onto the lunar surface and snapped a few photos of it with his Hasselblad film camera.
“This is one of the photos. The family photo, gingerly wrapped in clear plastic and slightly crumpled from being stashed in the pocket of a space suit, was left on the Moon. It presumably still sits there today, just inches away from Charlie’s boot print — which, presumably, is also there.”
Click on the picture to get a close up of the family. Thanks to Larkalong
We have all heard of the expression, 'she has wonderful smiling eyes'. But this girl might be taking it to extremes.
Optical Illusion Website
Advertizements After Image Alan Mason Anamorphosis Animation Art Auto stereograms Body Art Dali Disappearing Escher Film Fun Gianni Sarcone Hidden Historical Homage Illusions Interesting Joined Liu Bolin Luke Brown Moon Illusions Negative News Perspective Photography Photoshopping Puzzle Quiz Reverse Perspective Scary Spot The Difference Stereographic Stereokinetic Street Art Sunken Tattoo Tech Art Tribute Trompe I'oeil Upsidedown Video Weired
Why not subscribe to our Opticals page