The Spinning Dancer, also known as the silhouette illusion, is a kinetic, bistable optical illusion resembling a pirouetting female dancer. The illusion, created in by web designer Nobuyuki Kayahara, involves the apparent direction of motion of the figure. Some observers initially see the figure as spinning clockwise . English: The Spinning Dancer is a kinetic, bistable optical illusion resembling a pirouetting female dancer. Some observers initially see the figure as spinning clockwise and some anticlockwise. Additionally, some may see the figure suddenly spin in the opposite direction. The illusion derives from an inherent ambiguity from. 3 Jun The famous spinning dancer optical illusion is an ambiguous image whose direction can be determined by your visual preference.
19 Dec I've been staring at Nobuyuki Kayahara's "spinning dancer" for five minutes straight, and I feel like I'm being hypnotized. To me, this silhouetted woman looks like she's rotating counterclockwise, but every so often, for a fleeting moment, she reverses her spin. 28 Apr A popular e-mail going around features a spinning dancer that has been touted as a test of whether you are right-brained and creative or left-brained and logical. If you see the dancer spinning clockwise, the story goes, you are using more of your right brain, and if you see it moving counterclockwise, you. 20 Dec The silhouette of a spinning dancer is playing tricks on people's visual perception and was once used to test individual's intelligence and which side of their brain was more dominate.
21 Nov Which way is the dancer spinning clockwise or counter-clockwise? Most people will see her turning counter-clockwise, which apparently means you're more left brained (logical). I see her spinning that way, and it's at first almost impossible to imagine her going clockwise. But it happens, usually by.