Which way?

Is she going clockwise or counter-clockwise?

Melle, Andrew and I all see clockwise, and I have no idea how anyone could see counter-clockwise. Freaky.

Link courtesy of Maggie. 

6 Responses to “Which way?”

  1. Maggie says:

    I have no idea how anyone can see clockwise. Really? Hee! I can’t force myself to see it going that way no matter what I do.

    I think we just discovered that there really ARE two kinds of people! I always loved that joke: there are two kinds of people in the world. People who think there are two kinds of people in the world, and people who know better.

  2. scotchneat says:

    I’ve come to think that’s it’s not an optical illusion – like the lady/vase thing. It’s a fundamental orientation, inside your brain!

  3. Kemmerson says:

    I’m clearly a Gemini. We see both sides to everything. I’m surprised Melle didnt’t see the same.

    I had her dancing left and right — but not doing full revolutions. It was like those highland dancers…

    Or maybe I drank too much wine?

  4. roro says:

    Kate and I both looked at it and pronounced it clockwise – and then it seemed to switch and we both saw it counter-clockwise. Are we geniuses? Is it all a hoax? History will decide!

  5. Melle says:

    A bunch of the WNET girls saw her going both ways. Apparently she tends to go clockwise if you look right at her, and counter-clockwise if you look at her peripherally. (Not for me, though.) So far not many people who can only see her going counter-clockwise, and only one for whom she doesn’t spin at all.

    Iiiiiinteresting… (And by that I mean the rest of you are freaks.)

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