Slope illusion 3

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 October 21, 2011 Slope illusion 2


A survey of the "moving-back slope" located in Hashikami-town, San'nohe-county, Aomori-prefecture, Japan

October 14, 2011, reported by Akiyoshi Kitaoka and Seiichi Tsuinashi, supported by a JSPS kaken-hi grant and R-GIRO

Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2011 (October 18)@photo taken by Dr. Tsuinashi on October 15, 2011

The slope in front appears to descend and the connecting slope appears to ascend, but both are descents.


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Copyright Akiyoshi Kitaoka 2011 (October 18)@photo taken October 15, 2011

The slope in front appears to descend and the connecting slope appears to ascend, but both are descents.


This slope appears to be an ascent, though it is actually a descent.


This slope appears to be an ascent, though it is actually a descent.


The slope in front appears to ascend and the connecting slope appears to descend, but both are ascents.


The slope in front appears to ascend and the connecting slope appears to descend, but both are ascents.


This car appears to stop on an ascent, but it moves forward when the gear lever is put into neutral.


The left slope appears to descend and the right one appears to ascend, but both are descents.


This ascent may appear to be a descent.


This ascent before the T-junction appears to be a descent.

photo taken by Dr. Tsuinashi Copyright Seiichi Tsuinashi 2011 (October 18)


Here it is!


There is no information board to introduce this mysterious slope.


Here it (Hashikami-town) is!


Here it (Hashikami-town) is!


Seiichi's slope illusion pages


Slope illusion 2 (Mysterious slope in Towa, Iwate, Japan)

Slope illusion 1 (Mystery zone in Yashima, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan, etc.)


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