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  • Optical Illusions That Move - How to do it *VERTIGO WARNING*

    Can anyone please tell me where I can learn to make images that move (not GIF images)...Optical Illusions. Images that trick the eye that it is actually moving.

    I have a picture similar to what I would like to achieve.

    Tools I have in my "lunchbox": Adobe PhotoShop, Illustrator...

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    The effect is caused by the difference between the light and dark sides of the objects, which are laid out in a consistent pattern. In your example, the darker gradient side is shifted 45 degrees for each ball around the circle. Start the next grouping from a different spot on the axis and you get your motion effect.

    A quick google search came up with this tutorial.

    http://psd.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tu...llusion-basix/

    Same idea. This guy just made elipses with a white side and a black side, rather than the gradients in your example, and laid them out in a consistent grid pattern instead of groups of circles.

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      This is your brain dealing with the optical illusion. They taught us that in school, during color theory. It's called color vibration. You can learn to control that vibration.
      "Go ahead, make your logos in PS. We charge extra money to redraw your logo into vector art so it can be printed on promotional product. Cha CHING! " - CCericola

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      • #4
        Originally posted by darkwolf29a View Post
        This is your brain dealing with the optical illusion. They taught us that in school, during color theory. It's called color vibration. You can learn to control that vibration.
        Ah...my eyes!!!


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