Autokinetic Illusion

Gianni A. Sarcone, Courtney Smith, Marie-Jo Waeber
Archimedes Laboratory™ Project, Italy

In the world of optical illusions, the terms ‘autokinetic illusion’ or ‘apparent motion’ are used to describe the convincing appearance of movement in a picture that the viewer knows to be static. We would like to present here a new kind of autokinetic illusions involving expansive motion created by/with parallel arrangements of cuspidate (needle-shaped) lines.

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