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This is really a wonderful Illusion, originally invented by some English guy I think. This little dragon is made out of paper — simply print it, cut it out, stick it together, and stand it on a table or shelf.
Have a look at the video below to see what I mean. The effect is frightening! This is awesome! How does it work? If we move around when viewing a solid object, our brain knows how the object we are looking at should behave. However the dragon gives us the wrong clues, because we mis-interpret what its shape is. Below is the dragon illusion blueprint, click on the image to view it full size, save it and cut it as the instructions say!
James is the manager of moillusions. He spends his time finding the most popular optical illusions so that YOU keep coming back to your site for more! I made this one a while ago when someone blogged about it. I absolutely love it and have it at my computer now.
Are there any others like it? Cheers, cc. This illusion works with most painted sculpture or even images that shows someone staring right at the camera. He has spent a lifetime creating amazing optical effects.
For a demo look at the video linked in the introduction above. The secret: the white side of the paper must be outside. How do people find this stuff out?
Was the dude smoking pot and folding origami while suddenly he saw a really cool effect? I wonder if youcould make this into a wallpaper, or screen saver. If you first took the 2D image and made a sterogram GIF file like the Shiva stereogram, then the image would follow you around from your computer screen.
Or, would the 2D image be missing something? That is, while the body sides fold back and is convex, the head folds forward and is glued concave. This will help you see the illusion. Ok, so staying up late payed off tonight. This is the coolest illision ever. I even videoed a clip of it with my digital camera. I agree with Steven. I think I know why. GET IT?! Fascinating, repulsive, and unsettling all at the same time. Perhaps I say repulsive because of the unsettling factor. Simply splendid.
This is the most amazing illusion that i have ever experieced!!!!!!!!!! How do you print it? It keeps cutting off part of the tail and instructions or prints super small.
Of course, most of us can see it with 2 eyes open, but 1 eye works better. I may have made the same mistake. This is seriously a great Illusion. I would suggest trying it out to anyone who has read this far.
It will amaze your co-workers. Looks like he gona bite ya or something. I got one watchin me now on top o my screen! Anyone been there and seen the busts whilst lining up in the queue?
I showed it to my younger cousin she got so freaked she started crying. Not slang though. Oh yeah… great illusion by the way! Very much like the concave portraits that appear to always be looking at you. Spelt IS a real word! Find it in health food stores. I have seen a much larger dragon exactly like this at the Franklin Institute. It is a very cool illusion, and thanks for the picture so I can print it out.
Right now I have one keeping watch right on top of my computer. This is awesome. It seems so real. In my opinion the illusion does work with almost anything like photos or statues as long as the eyes are looking straight. But this illusion is cooler because it seems 3D. Ummmm…its sad when an honor student with a 4. I followed all the directions, its head is concave, it forms a pyramid…!
Okay, honor student here to redeem herself! I was sitting there looking at my piece-o-crap dragon when i closed an eye! Thennnn, I was smiling at it like an idiot, and moving my head side to side. Suddenly the dragons head spun in circles and it said my name in a raspy voice. I opened both my eyes and realized it was a tiny bit after midnight.
Can someone please show a video on how to properly fold the head? Very awesome. I had some trouble with the general construction, and it only seems to work at certain angles, but I found that if I placed it higher on my desk corner type the better it looked. If you have trouble seeing it, step back and close one eye. Thny move to the left and right, It will jump right out at you.
Relaxing your eyes is best to get the normal effect. I am so making it! This illusion works! If you have difficult to prove that it works, just pick you a video camera phone, web cam, etc and record a short clip. I made it and it works, but nowhere near as good as the one in the video..
But seriously Dont waste your time people.. Haha, it works! It does not work… there is this red x in a white box. I tried right click show pic and stuff like that, but it still does not work. Bright but difuse lighting. Lighting which is too harsh can create shadows which break the illusion. Use thicker paper than the cheapest printer muck, but not too stiff.
At first i squinted a little bit and stared at his eyes, taking in the rest as peripheral. Once i could see his head as convex, i found that moving from side to side and up and down fairly quickly actually increased the ease of doing so. I preferred it when it was Singapore Science Centre. It just sounds weird as Science Centre, Singapore. Called reverse perspective. Sorry its 1 month go. Its called Video: Another Reverse Perspective. Go check it out i thinks its rather cool.
Oh my goodness! Ha ha! This is so fun! One trick that works for me is that if you are are a room with a ceiling spelling? A piece of trivia: whenever I went too far and saw the white back of his head I would throw him in shock.
One again, this is so fun! Love it. Our brains are really weird.
This is really a wonderful Illusion, originally invented by some English guy I think. This little dragon is made out of paper — simply print it, cut it out, stick it together, and stand it on a table or shelf. Have a look at the video below to see what I mean. The effect is frightening!
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Tonight when I finished work, Anthony and Piper were sitting with Elizabeth looking at dragon pictures on her laptop. After Elizabeth left for the evening, Anthony asked, "can we look at more dragons? So we played some pretend-animal games and discovered on Tolweb. But then in hunting for "dragon videos" we stumbled on this cool clip about a Dragon optical illusion. Look at the pictures carefully. Why does the dragon turn towards you when Anthony turns the base of the model away from you? The great thing about this impossible object is that you can actually make it yourself by printing out a paper cutout.