However If you want to make her go the other way around you have to focus on watching her legs. If you "cut" the upper half out of the window/sight this effect will become more noticeable. (at least that is how it is in my case)
I can't make her go anti-clockwise! How do you do it?
Is it like those magic eye puzzles (which I'm crap at BTW)?
Honestly, after thinking about it for five minutes--I came to the conclusion that whatever you're thinking about pretty much determines which direction you see her going. When I left my second comment I was in deep thought, but when I looked at her again she was going counter-clockwise. When I opened up this thread 300 hours later, I was debating with someone and I saw her spinning counter-clockwise. I then read the new comments, laughed and looked again and saw her going clockwise. I noticed that when I'm being emotional (even slightly) I see her going clockwise... otherwise... Well, for me at least.
But then again, I am also tired. Nevermind, forget what I said.
Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.
Clockwise. But I've looked into it and don't see any good evidence for the right hemisphere/left hemisphere personality theory. Specific areas of the brain are more effective in some people than others, and some people, e.g. dyslexics, use parts of the brain that aren't as helpful when performing certain tasks (they try to read with a part of the brain that perceives things as whole pictures and not as sequences), but that doesn't mean most people favour one entire hemisphere over the other.
Haven't really read all the posts, but if you focus on the heel, you can make the dancer shift every half-turn. Just saying. Once you've done that, extend your focus to the whole dancer but with the heel in your peripheral line of vision, and you can do it without focusing on the heel.
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