My daughters tablet did it too honest. Rotate the screen around the vertical axis so you are looking virtually edge on along the dark blue lines - get the picture as big as you can on your device.Well I spent two minutes turning the screen all over and it still looks the same to me.
The non-effect must be down to the increase in perspective, and closing out the allusivity of the smaller detail on the effects to the 'eye.'My
My daughters tablet did it too honest. Rotate the screen around the vertical axis so you are looking virtually edge on along the dark blue lines - get the picture as big as you can on your device.
I can see how it would hold the structure in the air, but I can't see how it can be called a rigid structure, as the top frame would tend to tilt downwards either to the left, or to the right.These are not really optical illusions, but something which still breaks my brain. It is called tensegrity, where you can make a rigid sculpture using loose strings.
Those yellow lines are not solid or fixed but simply strings, yet still manage to hold something up in the air.
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So what didn't stop the other cars from proceeding along the road? Did they not pay attention? This video imo shows how much people just don't question anything and keep doing the same thing day after day. What if it was a great hole? No one else even slowed. I would definitely trust driving with this guy who noticed the odd thing on the road before taking rides with the others.