Kinki University, Japan
(© 2012 Sachiko Tsuruno)
Impossible objects are mental images of solid objects which cannot exist in a real 3D space. So , when looking at them in 3D space, the viewing point must be confined to just one fixed angle and apparent structure of them doesn’t accord with the real structure.
Here, a new unique method is used to make impossible objects . The balls’ motion on the impossible objects of the height contradiction accords with the direction of gravity. The models made from corrugated paper and a polystyrene board in real 3D space. No CGI , no video manipulations except explanation use.