They can`t be "perfectly round circles" if they have jagged edges, that makes them irregular sawtooth elipses or regular reentrant polygons. ---------------------------------------------- hahahahaha

Great optical illusion; one of the best in a long time contributed to I-A-B. I wonder; are they in the process of making a comeback?

I remember stumbling across a MySpace page awhile back and perusing as many of the 60-100 PAGES of such images one enthusiast had; what was the point? Did he really expect every viewer to make it through alive?

> TuffGhost88 > If you were to put a dot in the center of every square and then connect the dots, they would make perfect circles

No they wouldn`t, they`d make polyhedrons, like a hexagon, octagon or dodecahedron but with more sides. Unless you joined the dots with bezier arcs of exactly the right radii, but even then, the perimeters of the tiny dots would extrude beyond the area of the circle the points of which are defined by the centre of each individual tiny dot.

Technically a point doesn`t have a size, just a location, so if I understand what you are saying about the points extending beyond the edge of the circle itself, you would be incorrect.

There are circles...the squares are put to perform 4 non connecting circles...but somehow it seems on top of each other or connected...even if they are not...:D

- Can you see them all... at once?
They kept trying to link together, but I finally managed to focus on them separately

stupid circles

Is something wrong with me? >.<

Is something wrong with me? >.<"

Yes, please report to room 1422 for further tests.

yes i can! ;)

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hahahahaha

Yeah this optical illusion makes it look like this pattern is a spiral

ican only really make out the center one.

I remember stumbling across a MySpace page awhile back and perusing as many of the 60-100 PAGES of such images one enthusiast had; what was the point? Did he really expect every viewer to make it through alive?

> If you were to put a dot in the center of every square and then connect the dots, they would make perfect circles

No they wouldn`t, they`d make polyhedrons, like a hexagon, octagon or dodecahedron but with more sides. Unless you joined the dots with bezier arcs of exactly the right radii, but even then, the perimeters of the tiny dots would extrude beyond the area of the circle the points of which are defined by the centre of each individual tiny dot.

Technically a point doesn`t have a size, just a location, so if I understand what you are saying about the points extending beyond the edge of the circle itself, you would be incorrect.

AHA!! But he said "dots" not "points", so I guess you WOULD be incorrect muhuhahahahaaaaaaa....

:-) :-P :-)

There is no circle.

There are circles...the squares are put to perform 4 non connecting circles...but somehow it seems on top of each other or connected...even if they are not...:D