Magical Colour Illusion PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 17 June 2006 03:41
Ever wanted to look at a black and white picture and magically put colour in it with the mere power of your eyes? It's not possible I hear you cry. Isn't it?! Everyone's favourite Jim has discovered a way to do just that!

Reading through this week's b3ta.com newsletter I come across one of the most amazing discoveries known to man... magic colour optical illusion thingymajibs!

Now, if you've never heard or seen these before, here's an example of one (A timeless classic image of Jim chasing Science Gimp in children's musical boats).

  • Stare at the dot in the centre of the image for 30 seconds.
  • Once you feel sufficiently brainwashed, move the mouse over the image.
  • Continue staring at the dot to see the black and white image in colour!
  • Try moving your eyes away from the dot, then back again to flick between colour and black and white.


As Paul Daniels might say "Now that's magic!"

I'm not quite sure how this works, but I imagine that when you roll your mouse over the image it triggers the release of a small amount of hallucinagen that everyone has hidden inside their monitors, put there by the Govenment.

Like it? Want to make your own? Click here to find out how.
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wow that was great! sorta reminds me of those magic eye pictures. Used to love
those. Only took me less then a second to see the magic eye picture, though
trouble is, i always seem to see them the wrong way around to other people. No
idea why, but the things that are meant to stand out, are the things that go in
for me, and the things that are meant to go in, are the things that stand out
for me.

So i can see the magic eye picture in less than a second, but it
takes time to figure out what i am actually seeing.

Great Posted by Rest In Pieces 2006-08-09 21:25:54
Hey that is great nice find Jimmer

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