Fraser Spiral Illusion Category: Shape and Color | Added: August 29, 2009 | 8 comments Developed by psychologist James Fraser in 1908, the Fraser Illusion appears to be a spiral pattern converging in the distant center with a black, white and grey chequered background. In reality the spirals are not really spirals at all but a series of concentric circles, the background gives the illusion that the circles are spiralled.
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Comments ( 8 )
Posted by cristal on May 17, 2010 wow cool
Posted by KO801 on January 16, 2011 Thats nice. Can you also call it a fraser circle?
Posted by Allyson on February 22, 2011 it does kind of create that illusion.The way i figured out that it was just a series of circles was that i put my finger on one of the lines, then i took my other finger and ran it around the line and then came back to my finger and then i was able to do that the entire way to the dot.
Posted by jake on January 5, 2012 omg that cool
Posted by porsha on April 21, 2012 sooooooooo friggin cool
Posted by Alice Rose on November 23, 2014 i dont get this one
Posted by Queen on January 18, 2015 Genius... c",)
Posted by hjsbsfhjb on July 2, 2015 hmmmmm... I like it!
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