Felice Varini is a weird kind of guy. Painter, artist, he projects (sic!) his paintings on various surfaces. But you can only appreciate it fully if you are in the right location: Where the perspective will render all the image in its full glory as it was built from a 3D illusion. Interview of Felice… Read More
If you ever stop by the Eureka Tower Carpark in Melbourne, Australia, you may admire this 3D perspective illusion. Via Hemmy.net
It’s the ballroom of the Marriott Solana in Southlake, Texas. The floor is flat, but -because of the patterns on this carpet- you may wonder…
Dave Munger explains how a classical pointillist painting from Seurat (Sunday Afternoon at La Grande Jatte) may seem to have colours changing when you move in front of it. It may come from an optical illusion generated by the painter using myriads of little points of different colours. All about it at Dave’s scientific blog.