Illusion

Diableries

Diableries

This particular story begins with the invention of the stereoscope.  The earliest type of stereoscope (a device much like the modern Viewmaster toy for viewing a stereoscopic pair of separate images) was invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838.  It was improved by Jules Duboscq who made stereoscopes and stereoscopic daguerreotypes, and a famous picture(…)

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The Intriguing Skull Illusions of Istvan Orosz

The Intriguing Skull Illusions of Istvan Orosz

Famous Hungarian artist Istvan Orosz creates intricate optical illusions that always hide a human skull. The presence of the eerie element is more obvious in some of his works than in others, but they are all equally impressive. If you like optical illusions, you’ll love Orosz’s anamorphosis. The meticulously executed works of art will trick(…)

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