When I clicked in she was turning counterclockwise and then changed to clockwise. I immediately thought it was just that she turns one way for a while and then the other for a while. I don't think this is a real test.
I first saw it as going clockwise and then after a little while it switched to counter-clockwise. I can also manipulate her movement now...but the funny thing is, I can only make her turn clockwise when her raised foot is pointing directly toward the right side, and to turn her counter-clockwise her rasied foot needs to be pointing toward the left side. Anyone else have that experience?
With me the direction switches if I take a quick glance at the foot and the shadow of the foot, sometimes the image rotation "flips" when I look back up.
Edit: It's a bit odder, actually, after looking at it some more. The image starts by rotation counterclockwise from the direction of the feet, switches to clockwise when I look at the foot and foot's shadow. When I look at the head, it switches back to rotating counterclockwise from below when I look at the head.
Edit two: After covering up areas and watching for switches in direction (to avoid the whole image luring me in and just watching one small part.), it doesn't seem that it switches the image every few minutes, though I still wouldn't rule it out.
Edit three (Third time's the charm I guess.): After some more watching by covering up areas and mentally "flipping" the rotation, it is in fact a mental flip, the image doesn't change.
I see it going clockwise, and I can't imagine it going the other way. I'm left handed and therefore right brained. prplchknz, are you right brained?
I do anything that requires my hand with my right. I do anything that requires my whole arm with my left. But I'm primarily right handed. I don't know which side brained I actually am. I suspect I'm a little of both, and I suspect most people are as well.But probably more left.
She appeared to be going counter-clockwise. (right-to-left, I think), It never changed even though I watched for a long time. Near the beginning, she rotated slowly, and sped up later. But always in the same direction.