Slope illusion 12
Outdoor tilt illusion where an ascending slope appears to descend or a descending slope appear to ascend
e.g. Magnetic Hill in Canada; Wikipedia
since April 8, 2013
A survey of the slope-ascending water in Ujitawara-twon, Kyoto-prefecture, Japan
April 4, 2013, reported by Akiyoshi Kitaoka and Seiichi Tsuinashi, supported by a JSPS kaken-hi grant and R-GIRO
Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2013 (April 4) photo April 4, 2013
In this waterway, water goes out of the right block and flows to the curve.
The waterway is nearly horizontal. The left part appears to be higher than the right, but water flows from the right to the left.
The waterway is nearly horizontal. The nearer part appears to be higher than the farther, but water flows from the father to the nearer.
Dr. Seiichi Tsuinashi was examining the gradient of the waterway.
It takes one hour by car from Kyoto to Ujitawara.
The nearer side of the narrower waterway appears to be higher than the farther side, though the latter is higher than the former. Water flows from the right to the left.
Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2012 (November 7) photo November 5, 2012
Slope illusion 4
Seiichi's slope illusion pages
Slope illusion 11 (Skewed staicase of the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Shiga, Japan)
Slope illusion 10 (Skewed staicase of Shomaru railway station, Saitama, Japan)
Slope illusion 9 (Illusory slope in Minamitane-town, Tanegashima-island, Kagoshima, Japan)
Slope illusion 8 (Illusory slope in Nakatane-town, Tanegashima-island, Kagoshima, Japan)
Slope illusion 7 (Danjo-zaka and Okyo-zaka in Amakusa-Shimojima, Kumamoto, Japan)
Slope illusion 6 (Slope-ascending river in Miyama, Nantan, Kyoto, Japan)
Slope illusion 5 (Ghost slope in Okagaki, Onga-county, Fukuoka, Japan)
Slope illusion 4 (Slope-ascending water in Tanushimaru, Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan)
Slope illusion 3 (moving-back slope in Hashikami, Aomori, Japan)
Slope illusion 2 (Mysterious slope in Towa, Iwate, Japan)
Slope illusion 1 (Mystery zone in Yashima, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan, etc.)