Anamorphic Illusion 101

An anamorphic illusion occurs when a pattern or image resembles reality only from a very specific angle or point of view.  If you move, the image changes.  Perhaps the illusion of the image created breaks down completely.  All of those 3-D sidewalk chalk paintings are anamorphic.  It all depends on perspective.  Stand in the wrong place and the illusion doesn’t work.

Here is a beginner illusion to whet your appetite.  I saw this a few months ago and just never got around to sharing it.

I’m not saying the illusion is beginner; props to the people that designed and filmed it.  But you need to see that before even trying to what this:

I fell in to a… burning cube of fire!

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About Clark Bunch

Clark Bunch is the pastor of Unity Baptist Church and author of God is Near. He and his wife Teresa have one child. In his spare time he enjoys blogging, playing guitar and riding his motorcycle. And coffee, he'd be nowhere without coffee.
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2 Responses to Anamorphic Illusion 101

  1. Clark Bunch says:

    I’m starting a new category for OMG. Anything that makes my jaw drop and I have to see it twice (or more) to believe it will be posted under OMG.

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  2. Doraz says:

    This is amazing. I am glad you have an interest in this stuff and you share it with us. Have fun today. My Mom is better, so am I. 🙂

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