THINKY THE DRAGON IS AM AMAZING 3-D OPTICAL. ILLUSION. CUT HIM OUT AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN. THIS PDF TO. 'Thinky' the ThinkFun Dragon · A monocular illusion inspired by Jerry Andrus. CUT OUT, FOLD AND ASSEMBLE. USING PAGE 3 OF THIS PDF. VIEW FROM 2 . Page 1. The Dragon Illusion. Formatted for the American Letter paper size. Here are all the templates you need to create this illusion in a colour of your choice.
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MOUNTAIN. TO WHITE Dor. VALLEY FOLD. สา • CUT OUT, FOLD, AND. AgbEMBLE AS. ILLUSTRATED. O VIEW FROM 2'. CLOSE ONE ENE. LOOK INTO. Hollow Face Illusion Dragon Without Leaving Your Desk! For this step it helps to have the PDF file open on the computer, or to have printed out another copy. DOWNLOAD PDF DRAGON ILLUSION. Once you have downloaded it, print it out on a sheet of A4 paper and follow the accompanying instructions to create the.
Or if you stand the dragon on a shelf and walk about, the dragon's head follows you around the room. And yet it is simply a sheet of paper, cut and folded in a certain way.
Hollow Face Illusion Dragon Without Leaving Your Desk!
How does it work? When we see a solid object rotating, there are all sorts of clues that tell us what is going on, which way it is rotating, etc. The dragon gives us the wrong clues, because we mis-interpret what its shape is. The nose of the dragon appears to be pointing out towards the viewer, but in fact the dragon's head is concave.
Have a look at the dragon from the back Can you see the strange way the dragon's head is folded? The dragon was designed by Jerry Andrus, and he calls it 'Eye-Foolery'. To see the wonderful effect created by this illusion, you can - Watch the video.
You can find out more about the project and download other related materials here. Download the PDF in full color.
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Step 2: Cut Out the Dragon.
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He has commissioned me to create other paper illusions over the years. Check some of them out here:.
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I was wondering about "Gathering for Gardner". It turns out that it's a sort of Ubergeek charitable convention.
The Gathering for Gardner is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote the lucid exposition and discussion of new ideas in recreational mathematics, magic, puzzles, and philosophy. One can't talk about g4g without mentioning Gardener himself. Who will be sorely missed, as he just passed away last year.
I actually saw one of those dragons in his library, just as he was packing it up to donate to the local library, as he was moving into a retirement home.
For those who don't know, he used to run the Mathematical Recreations column in Scientific American. His puzzles collections are in a class by themselves. As are his collection of essays on everything from mathematics, science, philosophy, religion, A true intellectual giant of our times. Kiteman, I think you're being a bit harsh.
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Plagiarism is when someone not only copies another person's work, but tries to pass it off as their own. Unless Chartreusnot edited this Instructable between the time you saw it and the time I saw it, they clearly said they copied the design from another website and they weren't the original author.
Maybe if you contact the video's owner - he drew it, after all.
By Chartreusesnot Follow. More by the author: Ever seen those illusions where there is a face that seems to turn toward you?
I've seen it in theme parks and museums like the Exploratorium, and the Disneyland Haunted House thing. But, now you can make your own. All you need is a printer and some scissors!
The drawings came from grand-illusions. And here is a stopmotion I made for fun.However, if you would like to, you can change your settings at any time using the Change cookie settings link in the Special menu. Posted on by aalim Want to get really creative? A3 or go over the top and print a human sized one like the one in the above video.
He has commissioned me to create other paper illusions over the years. Thank you for making the dragon available on your site!
Plagiarism is frowned upon here. Kiteman xenobiologista Reply 8 years ago on Introduction. Once you start printing it and making it, you can start experimenting with different designs and larger sizes e.
Please follow these instructions exactly.