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Square and Cross Room
Category: 3D Illusions | Added: August 29, 2009

This remarkable perspective illusion was created by artist Felice Varini, the lines drawn on the wall produce the effect of a two-dimensional square and cross that appear to exist in three-dimensional space but only when viewed from one specific angle.

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Comments (16)

Posted by DragonFire_Blue on February 1, 2018

There is a YouTube video of different angles of the tape being shown on the walls, but I forgot the source.
Posted by Andromeda on March 24, 2017

Looks like a tape over a mirror but also could be dark blue ribbons across de walls to create that effect .
Posted by GWEN on July 23, 2013

I AGREE WITH Dd on this one
Posted by cato on May 30, 2012

i dont understand
Posted by mrwhite on April 9, 2012

same as 3D artist "ODEITH" amazing art internal angles
Posted by Dd on November 9, 2011

Its just taped on a mirror
Posted by who_cares on October 10, 2011

Take a projector and project the image that you want to see in 3d from that exact angle and location. then you paint or tape in the projected images in their actual location on the floor, walls, doors, and ceilings. Then when viewing from the exact location and height of the projector, then the image will appear to be a 3d image.
Posted by Aaron kiltie on October 1, 2011

i really dont get it
Posted by noname on June 12, 2011

coool!!!that is very hard to do but worth it!!
Posted by you shall never know on May 1, 2011

All it is is blue tape on a mirror. FAIL
Posted by georgie on April 28, 2011

is it a mirror?
Posted by AstroiD on January 20, 2011

this are lines....across the door...the walls...the floor... and only at this angle there is this cross...
Posted by Jack on January 8, 2011

I\'m not sure is this a glass or just a puted metal square with two crossed lines.
Posted by bob 111 on January 4, 2011

I do not get it what is ment to haeppen?
Posted by raegan on March 18, 2010

in a way it looks like someone drew it. in another way it looks like a drawing on glass.
Posted by naruto on October 2, 2009

Posted by johnk on September 14, 2009

how\'d they get it so precise ?