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  • Marisa Chacha

    plying with the strips

  • Gray Miller

    Page by Miss Cellania - At the linked site, take the dark striped section at the right and move it slowly over the picture section. Here's a post that explains how

  • Gray Miller

    Go to the source and grab the stripes image to the right and slowly drag it over the other stripes layer below it and watch what happens? Read more: http://www.techmynd.com/amazing-optical-illusions-on-web/#ixzz36sSH9z2Z

  • Stephany Koujou

    Streifen - optische Illusion

  • Marie-Laure Issenmann

    Animated Optical Illusions - easa012_illusion

  • Sarah Overvaag

    This is a very cool optical illusion, gotta check it out!

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