The naked spinning women optical illusion

The naked spinning women optical illusion
Raphael’s Three Graces  
(they do not spin)

You may have seen this spinning dancer optical illusion created by Nobuyuki Kayahara, where your brain interprets a dancer’s silhouette as turning either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Then, with a little bit (or a lot) of effort, you can make her change direction:

Nobuyuki Kayahara’s 
spinning silhouette optical illusion
The naked spinning women optical illusion
(Click to make her spin)

Now take a look at these four women in an optical illusion created by psychophysiologist Marcel de Heer. How does your brain interpret their movements? Can you control some of these women and make them turn one direction while making the other women turn another direction?

Four rotating naked women by Marcel de Heer
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– Friday Illusion: Dizzying silhouettes change direction, New Scientist TV>>
– The Spinning Dancer, Wikipedia>>
– Nobuyuki Kayahara’s website>>

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