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  • 1. Stare at the lobster's eyes long enough, and the dish will seem to repair itself.
  • 2. Move your head around this image.
    The blue and green color fields will appear to move and change size.
  • 3. Where does this staircase begin? Where does it end?
  • 4. Although this image is not animated, t
    he tessellated tiles will appear to spin if you stare at them long enough.
  • 5. How many pencils can you see here?
    What's going on?
  • 6. Stare at the moon long enough, and the stars should begin to fade away. How many can you get to disappear?
  • 7. Count how many colors you see here.
    Most people see four: green, blue, and two shades of a pinkish color.
  • 8. As the small circles intersect with the large ones, we seem to see the outlines of a growing and shrinking square. But there is no "square" -- your brain is trying to visualize in terms of solid shapes, and fills in the blanks.
  • 9. The blue ovals seem to move,
    but this is a still image.