Gallery | Optical Illusions by Akiyoshi Kitoaka



Image Gallery: Optical Illusions by Akiyoshi Kitoaka

Akiyoshi Kitaoka is a Professor for the Department of Psychology at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan.

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Featured in this gallery are the illusions:

Rotating Snakes – Circular snakes appear to rotate ‘spontaneously’.

Rotating Rays – The outer ring of rays appears to rotate clockwise while the inner one counterclockwise.

The autumn color swamp – The inset appears to move.

Opposite Rings – The right ring appears to rotate clockwise while the left one counterclockwise.

Visual Phantoms – They appear to expand laterally. This is the central drift illusion

Rollers – It appears to rotate without effort. On the other hand, they appear to rotate in the opposite direction when observers see this image keeping blinking.

Primrose’s Field – This checkered background consists of squares but appears to wave. In addition, this figure also shows a waving motion illusion.

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