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August 02 2014

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February 20 2013

thatsridicarus
Sliding Hues & Illusory Motion by Gianni A. Sarcone and Marie-Jo Waeber
Constant changing of color or illumination can induce a dramatic feeling of illusory motion*. Look at the center of the 'animated' image below... It represents a cube made of colored elliptic shapes whose sides seem to expand or to shrink according to the color of the background. The direction of the apparent motion is also determined by the luminance of the edges of the elliptic shapes. In this case, dark colors (red, purple) in the background 'attract' the dark edges of the shapes to the center; while light colors (yellow, green), drive away the light edges from the center.

Conclusion: a progressive or regressive hue sliding of any static image can produce a spatial visual impression.

(Source: Color Illusory Motion)
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