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Posted By:escoba
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2008-04-19 02:44:45
My mind hurts... and your description doesn't help...
2008-02-20 16:55:26
I know how it's done. It's not photoshoped.
2008-01-15 01:02:45
Actually it is exactly the same type of illusion. If you move the camera it will come apart. The optical riddle is seeing where it will come apart.
2008-01-14 13:47:55
wow.. im so confused =] thank you for entertaining me and my friends for about 20 min trying to figure this out.
2008-01-14 07:00:31
The illusion is in the ”crossbar”. It’s slightly thicker than the part where it is supposed to stick out of the rear standing bar (pole). The light on the surface matches the light on the front standing bar, not the rear one. And the shadow shows that the “crossbar” sticks out perpendicular from the front pole without connecting to the rear one. A small change in the lighting and the illusion would have been perfect. Ironically everyone then would have thought it was just a digital fake.
2008-01-14 06:41:00
It is real. The light and shadow gives away how it is done.
2008-01-14 06:22:27
That is definitely photoshopped. It is humanly possible to create this illusion on paper but impossible to produce as a real object. If it is real I need more proof such as a video.