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Actually I remember that the original full article says that it is the direction you FIRST see spinning that is the one that you should go off as for most people it will change direction once you stare at it long enough :)
im creative, but i logically figured out that i can flip her with my superior intelligence =] haha!
--now i can continue with my plan to take over the freakin` world!!!!!
SUPERIOR INTELLIGENCE!WATCH OUT HOMIE!!!
IT STILL IS!
"If you see dancer rotating clockwise, you are right-brained (creative), counter-clockwise, left-brained (logical)."
If you focus on that, the dancer will switch direction.
EVERY frame the animation consists of is an optical illusion, the leg may seem to point towards you, her face may seem like its looking to your side, but it can look like the exact opposite aswell.
The way it seems to you first is how your brain interprets it and thats the way it carries on moving. NO TRANSITION, only a few frames you interpret in some way with no connection to being left-right brain sided.
In a way shes moving to both directions at the same time, whatever you want.
I take back what I said. I can make her move back and forth at will. I am about 50/50 left and right brained. At the time I was thinking too critically, so she could ONLY move counter-clockwise. Then I looked at it again with music in my head and she managed to go clockwise.
I saw it both ways.
it`s noo real testjust more of a test to see how much you skim the entire area. silllly!
IT HASN`T WORKED YET. @[email protected];;;;;;
No matter what I try, it still turns friggin` CLOCKWISE. I must be creative. D8``` NOOOOOOOO -shot-
One question though: How come people say that it is always rotating clockwise even when they see it go counter? Couldn`t it be also always rotating counterwise but we just see it going clockwise? :-/
Have fun controlling black naked women! ^-^
Anyway, before you start ranting about how this thing is rigged or complaining about the whatnot and the hoo-wha, try actually reading the commments. I read all 14 pages of comments (boredom of course) and have found many execelent explanations on how to force to see both ways and the so on and the so forth. Sadly, I can`t give everyone recognition on explain (but if you did, you have my thanks!) but one good explanation I found was on pg 13 from pinhead2020 (I picked this out mainly because it had many good visuals and I`ve heard most people including myself are visual learners). Check out his post and and bunch of others too and it shouldn`t be that hard to control it. AND IT`S NOT RIGGED! Below is a screenshot of the pic:See that dangling leg? You can either say that that leg in the front of or behind the other leg that is straight down
I would call it fake if some people didn`t say that when they watched it with someone else they saw it different directions, so I don`t know. I don`t see how it could appear to go in both directions when there`s the hair/face side and the back/breast side like someone said.
It`s a great optical illusion - remember that because she`s a 2D image, she`s not actually spinning - it`s just a series of images.
And for those who say "the animation`s rigged", my DH and I were looking at it at the same time, and while I was saying she was changing direction, all he could see was clockwise.
First it was left then after i looked away it was right.
Same here, I`m like "Dude is this just how you percieve it?" but I dunno, maybe it`s just the brain. Hey wait-- So it`s logical that she is going counter-clockwise and you have to be creative to think she`s going clockwise? That`s f*cking lame.
I`M A NERD...
It`s a matter of whether you see her raised leg pass in front of her or behind her on a rotation. There is no animation or perspective trickery involved.
If you chill out and spend more than 2 seconds with it you can see both directions... follow the leg sweeping around... then visualise it going in the other direction and I assure you you will eventually be able to make it switch directions as you want to.
It`s not a matter of the image suddenly going in the other direction, it`s a matter of perceiving the leg and arm being at the front or the back.
I didnt even need to refresh, she just kept switching.
Im sure this is fixed...
from there its just a matter of which way to swinging leg is moving around the still leg....if (when the legs meet) you see you see the swinging leg as going behind the still leg, try and imagine it actually going in FRONT of the still leg or vice versa, that should help switch the direction
Soon I`ll be using 15% of my brain, instead of 10%! Take that!
That`d be pretty sweet.
When she is rotating counterclockwise, you imagine that her left foot is the foot that is up.
The fact that the reflection of her foot is there and that it is on a white background is the key to getting it to change at whim.
it never changed for either of us
When I looked at the shadow then looked back at the dancer, I could see it counterclockwise.
and to the TOTAL GEEK on page 2 who said "it`s a *something* file, it cant be programmed"
... bite me. I don`t care I know what I meant and i meant the sequence the images appear in. It is not an Illusion, IT`S A PILE OF CRAP.
A minute later, it is going in the opposite direction! Pretty cool.
Is this normal???
Was like WDF. My brain couldn`t make up its mind. She was doing half turns lmao.
She went Counter for a bit longer though.
For me, it always starts off going clockwise no matter what.
To get it to change directions, stare at the reflection of the foot and it should be easier to imagine it spinning the opposite direction. Now when you look up, the whole image should be spinning the opposite way.
I saw her going counter-clockwise, then she was going clockwise, and now I can`t see it going counter-clockwise.
But it started clockwise, so I`m more creative?
anyone else have this ability?
Since the image is at about 10 frames per second, your brain is left to interpret what happens "between frames" so that it appears as a continous motion.
Some things that worked for me so far to change directions: blinking really fast, concentrating on her legs, or just forcing your brain to see her spin the other way.
I wonder what that says about me?
GO TO PAGE FOUR TO SEE THE IMAGE BREAKDOWN