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In 2005, a group of enthusiasts established the Best Illusion of the Iear Contest, in which everyone can demonstrate a video with an optical, auditory or other illusion and compete for a cash prize. The illusion of the Japanese mathematician Kokichi Sugihara was recognized as one of the most incredible this year.
Kokichi Sugihara works in one of the most prestigious universities in Japan - Tokyo Meiji - and has been fond of optical illusions for quite some time, posting them on his YouTube channel. His reporting work is a set of three-dimensional objects consisting of cylinders and parallelepipeds. The trick is that in the mirror image, the spheres of the cylinders turn into squares and vice versa.
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Some other works by Kokichi Sugihara:
However, despite the fact that the Sugihara illusion was undoubtedly the most striking demonstration of the reporting competition, the Japanese took only second place, behind Matthew Harrison and Gedeon Kaplowitz of the Research University of Nevada in Reno.
Their work, respectively:
By the way, any Internet user can take part in the competition - to do this, you need to film your illusion and send a video about 60 seconds long in MP4 format to the official website. The prize fund for the Best Illusion of the Iear Contest is $ 6,000 and is distributed among the first three places.
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