# Optical Illusionist by Sugihara Kokichi

Have you seen the optical illusions video that went viral? Prof. Sugihara researches optical illusions in a mathematical way. And he uses numbers to create as many optical illusions as he likes. Now, let’s enjoy his works! Be ready to get your mind blown away.

Transcript:

This is an ordinary scarier watch of how these kids are sleeping closely.
If you look at this magical sledding slope on the side, you will see that the dance and the stairs are fake. That’s right, and they are slaying up the slope. But from a certain point of view, our brains assume that it is real. This is an optical illusion created in three dimensions.

You probably know optical illusions like the Penrose theories by Escher.
Most people may think that these optical illusions come from the hard work of artists. But nowadays, a professor is mathematically researching optical illusions. And this man uses numbers to create as many optical illusions as he likes.

I found that some of the possible objects can be realized as three-dimensional objects by solving equations. And so, there are even many ways to deconstruct three-dimensional objects.

Sugihara sensei has been nominated more than one international optical illusion contest several times. Have you seen this mind-blowing video that went viral?

No, it is not so sorry. No. Blackmagic optical illusions have been a subject only studied by cognitive psychologists. Professor Sugihara has presented new approaches to this field using math. He found that some impossible 2d objects could be recreated in three dimensions by solving equations or planes like Angular shapes very much, and almost my impossible object regions are based on this psychological nature. Now, let us enjoy each iteration of his work. Be ready to get your mind drawn away.

Wow, now we know that our brain can’t always be trusted. Speaking of brains, professors, Kihara says, In the sense, the optical illusion be removed from our planes is very interesting and mysterious nature. Back to the magical sledding slope that he created. Interestingly, even after understanding the trick behind this object, we still see the illusions when we go back to that certain point of view.

This kind of research is not only interesting but also important in our daily life. We are surrounded by optical illusions and even use them in our daily lives. For instance, putting on makeup is one good example of how we use optical illusions. Applying false lashes, lip gloss, or highlights can make your eyes pop lips look sexy or enhance your facial features. It’s the same thing with how you dress. You can make yourself taller or skinnier with the shapes or patterns of your outfits. And, of course, there’s your perfect angle when you take a selfie.

It may be hard to notice, but we use these magic tricks called optical illusions every day. Illusion can make our lives happier.