Hermann Grid Illusion Category: Moving Images | Added: May 26, 2009 | 6 comments This illusion was first devised in 1870 by Ludimar Hermann, it consists of a series of black squares and interconnecting white lines in a grid formation. When you look at it there appear to be grey dots at the intersections which jump around as you move your eyes over the image.
Image Credit: Ludimar Hermann
Comments ( 6 )
Posted by dhruvi on October 8, 2009 I am a kid and I want to comment about all these images. I learnt the same thing at school. All my classmates were so shocked to see the circles spinning. I am so surpised that the image appears moving to my eyes. I love my eyes.
Posted by john browinig on January 25, 2010 cool seen it b4
Posted by sophie on June 30, 2011 Believe it or not there's no dark patches.
Posted by Kron Myeku on December 18, 2011 Im seeing shady dots
Posted by LouLou on February 12, 2012 im not lying!!!!!!!!! :) THERE R BLACK DOTS THE MOVE THO!!!!!!!!lol :)
Posted by Earbuds13 on December 5, 2012 Dang so frickin real...
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