Chromostereopsis #3
Advancing color and receding color

For many people, the effect is larger when they see the figures with a distance of more than 1 meter. In my knowledge, more than half observers see red in front of blue when the background is black, while about 20% see blue in front of red.

since August 30, 2006


Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2009 (February 19)


"Ladybugs"

For more than half observers, ladybugs appear to bulge out.

Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2011 (July 21)


"Blue ladybugs"

For a few observers, blue ladybugs appear to bulge out.

Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2011 (July 21)


"Blue holes"

There appear to be blue holes. The effect is strong when the image is seen from apart. Moreover, dots of the circumference of each hole appears to be purple-red, though they are the same red as the surrounding dots.

Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2007 (March 9)


"Floating red patch"

The red patch appears to be in front of the rest for many observers. The effect is strong when the image seen from apart.

Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2006 (December 5)


"Pacific Ocean"

The inset appears to be in front of the rest for many observers, while there are a minority who see the inset behind the rest. Those who wear glasses can see illusory motion if they watch this image with the faces swinging.

Copyright Akitaoka Kitaoka 2006 (August 30)


Chromostereopsis #2

Chromostereopsis #1


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