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    Default Re: Left Brain v. Right Brain Optical Illusion

    Quote Originally Posted by Stardust View Post
    Right.

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    Default Re: Left Brain v. Right Brain Optical Illusion

    I'm with ancient arachnid. Your perception switches things up on your eyes. The speed changes a bit.....but not the rotation
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    I see both
    I found concentrating on the legs helps. And thats coming from an Ass man

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    Default Re: Left Brain v. Right Brain Optical Illusion

    Quote Originally Posted by shopping View Post
    I see both
    I found concentrating on the legs helps. And thats coming from an Ass man

    Same here....both and ass man

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    Default Re: Left Brain v. Right Brain Optical Illusion

    Ok if anyone is still interested I found a way that works better for me than just squinting. Focus on the foot that is on the ground. Whichever way you naturally see her spin, imagine her foot rotating the opposite way. At least for me, when I did that, she would change direction. Also, to show that it is an optical illusion and the figure doesn't really change, I looked away for a second and looked right back. She was rotating in the way I first saw. I find it very unlikely that the figure changed exactly at the time I looked away every single time.

    Edit: I found a way that is even better than that. Just cover up everything except the foot and get it to spin whichever way you want. Then move your hand and bam! there it is.
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    Ok - it took awhile because at first I ONLY saw her going clockwise and then with quite a bit of patience and the blurring technique I got her spinning counterclockwise (I was just about to give up) but the second I unblurred so to speak - there she was going clockwise again.
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    Default Re: Left Brain v. Right Brain Optical Illusion

    OK i've got more help for all of you -- I've found if you concentrate on the nipples................. Oh wait that's a tip for Saturday night .......... never mind!
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