Bjorn Borg Hollow Face Category: 3D Illusions | Added: August 29, 2009 | 7 comments This picture of Bjorn Borg created and used in experiments at Uppsala University in Sweden appears to be convex in that it is raised outwards from the frame towards you. In reality the image is actually concave, it is pushed inwards away from you. This type of illusion is known as the 'hollow-face illusion'.
Image Credit: Uppsala University
Comments ( 7 )
Posted by Danielle on August 29, 2009 neat
Posted by Who cares! on February 24, 2010 I dont get it???
Posted by raegan on March 18, 2010 is that all u got neat and i dont get it be more creative with your words its awsome but i could never do it
Posted by duhlol on April 5, 2010 imao means "In my arrogant opinion"
Posted by optic on December 20, 2010 well its kinda easy to figure out and kinda creepy
Posted by kokes on September 15, 2011 good one nice creativity
Posted by sashie on September 5, 2012 i dnt get this one at all
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