Dragon Illusion (He Looks At You Wherever Amazing T-Rex Illusion! 2 days ago   00:39

Mohamed Shabaka
A Great Visual Illusion By This Weird 3D Dimension Model Of A Green Dragon That Seems To Look At Your Eyes Directly Wherever You Move Your Head To Or Far From Him Also When You Move Your Head Up And Down The Same Too When Moving From Right To Left And The Reverse , Cool Illusion.

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Pete Sapwell
Your Voice reminds me of one Oliver Postgate, I think with that voice you could make a smashing job of narrating! Have made some dragons, and they are a very clever illusion. Thanks for sharing :) 
You can see through the illusion if you concentrate very much on the hollowness.
ouch... my medula oblongata....
Michelle LeVeaux
I love him, he's so cute.
The Steel Tsar
you can get the printing material on moillusions . com
you look up dragon illusion on google
Anyone who wants one of these , just message me and I'll give you a video on how to make it but first print it
The print page is in it's description
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Amazing T-Rex Illusion! Dragon Illusion (He Looks At You Wherever 2 days ago   02:08

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Thank you to my friend Kath for creating the T-rex design!

I've included a link for you to print out your own. The trick looks best through a camera. If you close one eye and move back and forth it works pretty good too.

GreenT-Rex image

Red T-rex

Blue T-rex

The t-rex design is an original design used with the Gathering for Garder 3D dragon template. The original 3D template design (dragon) was inspired by the work of Jerry Andrus to celebrate Gathering for Gardner 3. You can find the original dragon and other great products at http://www.thinkfun.com

This is based on the famous dragon illusion which was inspired by Jerry Andrus. I've always wanted to try this illusion with several of these at once. I wanted to use 20 or 30 but after I tried a test with only 12, I realized 20 or 30 was going to be too many. So another thing I've always wanted to try was to have a large version. The original file was about 9 feet X 9 feet. I had to split the image into 4 files so the printer as my local print shop could print it. I traced all of the pieces on cardboard which I used to build a support structure for the prints. I used small pieces of cardboard and hot glue to make the structure really solid. One problem that I had was that the paper for the large dragon was really shiny. So if you look closely you can see the reflection of the eyes on the "top" and side panels. I bought some matte spray to try and minimize the reflections. It worked a little. Over all I was happy with the results.