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Sorcery: Desktop Is Actually A Flat-Printed Optical Illusion

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This is a video of a picture of a desktop that's been printed to appear 3-D when viewed from just the right perspective. It's really flat though -- just like Earth! "Earth isn't flat." Oh really? Have you conducted experiments yourself to prove that or are you just taking somebody else's word for it? Because, SPOILER: most people are lies and cheats. "I've seen a sailboat slowly disappear over the horizon." That's not an experiment, that's WATCHING THE SUNSET.

Keep going for the video, which starts with a demonstration of the individual elements printed to appear 3-D, then the entire desk.

Thanks to my buddy Terry, who's convinced optical illusions aren't illusions at all, but glimpses into another universe. He's not that bright.

There are Comments.
  • Rob in Katy

    Burn her, she is a witch!

  • Blackstar

    "when viewed from just the right perspective"

    I.E. When you're 6 feet back and stand between 5'9 and 5'9.5.

  • Mr. K

    Those bewbs are most definitely 3D, AMIRIGHT!?!?!!? (looks for high-five, puts hand quietly back down)

  • Ida

    my girlfriend just got a stunning yellow Lincoln MKC SUV my latest blog post>>>>....>>.. w­w­w.J­a­m­1­0.c­o­m

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