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Anamorphosis , Video 16 January 1 Comment. This video optical illusion was another finalist for the Best Illusion of the Year Contest. Three objects that appear to be identical, are reflected in a mirror. Oddly enough, different parts of each of the three objects disappear. For the first object on […]. Ambiguous , Video 25 July 0 Comments.

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The direct views of the objects and their mirror images generate quite different interpretations of the 3D shapes. They look like vertical cylinders, but their sections appear to be different; in one view they appear to be rectangles, while in the other view they appear to be circles.

We cannot correct our interpretations although we logically know that they come from the same objects. Even if the object is rotated in front of a viewer, it is difficult to understand the true shape of the object, and thus the illusion does not disappear. Update and spoiler alert: Via Reddit, Make Anything tries to figure out the cylinder illusion by reverse engineering with a 3D printed shape.

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The direct views of the objects and their mirror images generate quite different interpretations of the 3D shapes. They look like vertical cylinders, but their sections appear to be different; in one view they appear to be rectangles, while in the other view they appear to be circles. We cannot correct our interpretations although we logically know that they come from the same objects. Even if the object is rotated in front of a viewer, it is difficult to understand the true shape of the object, and thus the illusion does not disappear. Update and spoiler alert: Via Reddit, Make Anything tries to figure out the cylinder illusion by reverse engineering with a 3D printed shape. Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr. Smart videos for curious minds of all ages.

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Kokichi Sugihara

Sugihara earned bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in mathematical engineering from the University of Tokyo in , , and respectively. From to he worked as a researcher at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry. He then became an associate professor in the Department of Information and Computer Engineering at Nagoya University in , and moved back to the Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics at the University of Tokyo in Since he has been a professor at Meiji University. His interest in illusions stems from his research in the s on automating the analysis of perspective drawings, [2] [11] which he published in the MIT Press book Machine Interpretation of Line Drawings. When he asked his computer system to interpret impossible objects such as the ones in the art of M. Escher , he discovered that they could be interpreted as drawings of real objects with unexpected shapes.

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