Black chair illusion Category: Double Meanings | Added: March 8, 2013 | 11 comments Here we have a picture of a black chair, the type you would find belonging to a set of furniture to match the dining room table. When you first look at this chair you will probably think you are seeing it from the front. However if you focus your attention more on the vertical bars running down the back of it, it gives the illusion that you are looking at the chair from the back. So which way do you think this chair is really facing?
Image Credit: KidKraft
Comments ( 11 )
Posted by sydney jacobs on June 19, 2013 illisions make your head sore.
Posted by maria on July 11, 2013 this is awesome!
Posted by ivan on July 23, 2013 Your facing the front because if it was from the back, from right to left the back of the chair would be going down and the left foot would be smaller
Posted by Gwen on July 24, 2013 The shadow gives it away.
Posted by JAKE on January 28, 2014 COOOOL!!!
Posted by not a computer on March 31, 2014 I c the illusion but its from the front though, u can clearly c the reflection. still very cool though
Posted by a vacuum on July 13, 2014 i think its really a pic from the front cause the shadow ya this one was ok kinda iffy
Posted by Abueng Paulo on August 5, 2014 the reflectionz blows it off....
Posted by bob on October 24, 2014 the chair is definately photographed from the front, as an artist I have to squint just to pretend to see it from the back because the reflection isn't anywhere near perfect enough. The perspective appears off for the back view, but the reflection gives it away.
The reason the reflection gives it away -
it blurrs towards its extreme and the angle of the reflection is off by a few degrees.
Posted by 3 on November 19, 2014 there are three ways you can make this look:
and Bottom Back
Posted by Ani on February 10, 2015 the pic is from front. As the lines of back part of the chair reflect on the sitting place and break a bit. those lines make an illusion that we see it from back, but really it's front.
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