Table Size Illusion Category: Size and Distance | Added: June 4, 2009 | 17 comments These two tables in this image by Roger Shepard appear to be different sizes, the one on the left is oriented vertically and seems to be longer and thinner. Remarkably, both tables are actually exactly the same size.
Image Credit: Roger Shepard
Comments ( 17 )
Posted by kids on September 23, 2009 looks weird but really true !!! OMG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Posted by purple pokemon trainer man human on February 2, 2010 these are awesome and the fat lady in the backround is really cool cause i love seeing her knees buldge! you'll crap your self when you see those bad boys (the knees)!
Posted by matt on April 16, 2010 this is actually not true, i printed off this image, and cut out the tables placing them on top of each other. the one on the left is actually wider and shorter than the one on the right. this is no illusion.
Posted by Beavis on June 8, 2010 Sorry Matt, you lose! Maybe your printer isn't accurate. Try drawing one for yourself. Cut out a parallelogram, then trace around it. Add legs and you'll get the same effect.
Posted by Lilly on September 14, 2010 I think they meant the same size long ways.
Posted by yuukino on October 7, 2010 it's just viewed opposite ways!:)
Posted by Buddhi A on March 13, 2013 no it's not the same size,,
Posted by sophie on June 29, 2011 this is a creepy illusion!
Posted by Sophia on October 10, 2011 How can they actual be the same?
Posted by brian on January 5, 2012 try measuring with a ruler u dipstick!
Posted by bj on February 6, 2012 ....ginja ninja
Posted by bj on February 6, 2012 ....?
Posted by bj(brian junior) on February 7, 2012 i come here very often everyday so u can talk to me!!!
Posted by may on April 13, 2012 coool
Posted by sashie on September 5, 2012 Kmt. this is not an illusion
Posted by jessica on October 31, 2015 cool
Posted by Nohemi on March 23, 2017 All depends of the position for the object., and also the perspective.
If you have a round jar ( cream for a face for example ), and if you try to see the tap on high position from your eyes, is going to look small like a shape of an eye, but if you move the top of the cream down to you chest?., is going to look more big.
These tables are a good example how an object to can change from a different perspective of point or angles.
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