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I can`t believe this "fake" discusion is still going on after five pages. I posted an explanation and analysis of the file on page 4 and mpbx3003 posted more detail on the illusion on the top of page 5. Now, unless someone can produce evidence to contradict all of this there is no question as to this illusions validity. Seeing as how studying the gif file will show nothing other than what I have already stated, and I doubt that any one here will suddenly rewrite and change the basic rules of optical neurology then I think the argument can stop here.
The green dot is NOT all part of your imagaination! You`re all so stupid
ha ha hah a, you made my day!
P.S. - the key to a scientific mind = admit when you`re wrong and learn from it.
I completely agree with
the illusion works even if the circles arent spinning. i tried it with the print screen thing and opened it up in paint and the illusion still worked. and to all that think that this is flash, you have no knowledge of graphics and graphic creation.
anybody that disagrees with me can go blow a duck beacause you know i am right.
1: This is an after image illusion based on something called negative (as in a photo) after-effects combined with Troxler fading. You see green because they use magenta. Remember staring at the green chalkboard in school and getting a magenta after image? The fading Troxler effect is based on a fixed focal point causing loss of peripheral visual consciousness.
2: The green dot is all in your mind. I opened the file in image ready and there are a total of 12 layers making up 12 frames. None of these frames contain a green dot.
3: The disappearing dots are also a genuine illusion since none of the layers include transparency modifications.
4: This is not a "flash animation" as some of you have suggested. It is an animated gif file.
Conclusion:nyone who thinks that this is fake has no working knowledge of basic optical illusions, hasn`t done any investigating to support their position, and is basing their assumption on ignorance.
IT`S SUPPOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (hope that was enough exclemation points), to be An Animation.
What happens is that if you look at the center, every single dot disapears at the same time instantly.
And for all you `tards that think that this is an illusion created by software (what would the point of THAT be, anyway?), here`s another illusion. Oddly enough, you can see illusions like this in books. You know, books that don`t have flash animation?
oh, and... wakka wakka wakka wakka wakka wakka wakka wakka
well put, enohead; i think that explains it completely.
Where? I dont know, but I`m sure there`s punch and pie there.
I wonder how this works though. *applaudes*