The apparent witchcraft of the Ambiguous Garage Roof – created by engineer and mathematician Kogichi Sugihara (a finalist in the 2015 Illusion Of The Year Awards).
One big one for €8.32 or a pack of eight little ones for €14.79. Plus shipping.
That’s not weird at all.
Scissors that double as rulers, protractors and circle templates (£17.50 each +P&P).
The Ambiguous Cylinder -a very impressive optical illusion created by Meiji University professor of engineering Dr Kokichi Sugihara that won second place in the 2016 Best Illusion of the Year Contest.
What the actual hell, is what you would be saying, had you not recourse to Make Anything’s reverse engineering of the trick, below.
A pleasing experiment in mathematical form by animator Henning M. Lederer inspired by the visuals of Geometry Daily.
A ‘musical webtoy’ by Olivia Jack that translates black and white imagery into sound.
You can also draw and upload your own images.
Say bye-bye to at least half an hour here.