Posted: Apr 18, 2012 5:23 pm
by Cito di Pense
Matthew Shute wrote:
SpeedOfSound wrote:
archibald wrote:Image

Yes, once you've decided which way he's turning, it's hard to get him to go the other direction.

If you focus on where the foot touches the shadow and widen your focus upward at the moment the two touch she switches almost every time. A blink at that moment of touch also does it.

I tried this for a minute or so. I could still only "see" her rotating anti-clockwise. To get it to work I had to scroll down the page, obscuring most of the image, so that only her ankle and the edge of her other leg were visible - then wait for the moment the image "flips" before scrolling back up to see the whole image rotating in the other direction. Odd stuff.

It even works when you shut one eye.