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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I tried both those things and still never see her doing anything but clockwise. I see how it's possible to see either in theory, but when it's actually moving in front of me all I can see is clockwise.
    You can try turning your monitor upside down!

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    I originally saw it going both ways, then I tried to figure out which way it was really going, and became stuck on counter-clockwise. Then I figured out the trick and can now choose which way I want to see it.
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    That is so awesomely trippy! Cool beyond words. My initial response was to see her turning clockwise, then i looked at the shadow of her feet and she switched direction when i looked back at her. Then if i focus on the foot shadow on the floor i play a mind game in which she alternates. What an awesomely beautiful dance. w00t! w00t! w00t! w00t!

    /goes back to do it again and practice getting her to alternate on command

    cool cool cool - i came up with a technique! Tilt your head to the right and she goes clockwise, shut your eyes and tilt left, then she goes counter, rinse and repeat. One more help. Focus on the tip of her leading foot to control the direction of her rotation. Squinting helps to if your brain gets stuck in one mode or the other. It's based on your assumption as to when her leg crosses in front and behind. Alternating that assumption is what alternates her rotation. Some reason squinting helps throw off the given assumption on that.

    Quote Originally Posted by nocturne View Post
    I originally saw it going both ways, then I tried to figure out which way it was really going, and became stuck on counter-clockwise. Then I figured out the trick and can now choose which way I want to see it.
    That's an interesting statement. I would never have asked that question. She is really going both directions at once. Maybe that is letting go of logic and embracing the truth of the absurd?
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    I saw it going clock wise but I look hard enough at the shadow of her foot until I saw it going counter-clock wise and than I was able to see the body move on that direction too.

    OK I also tried closing my eyes and just looking with one at a time and it worked too.
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    I saw both. But for statistics, the correlation doesn't convince.

    Incidentally, I hear that if one's hand is bigger than his face...

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    Looked at it again -- looking at the shadow for a couple of seconds made her go counter-clockwise.

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    I can see it both ways.

    I can't yet control which way I see it.
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    we see things as we are."
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    I see both
    I bet they'll put something in the air tonight, just to light your face.

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    It was going clockwise at first, but then I closed the window for a second to read something, and I went back and it was going counter-clockwise for about five seconds before suddenly switching. Thats weird

    Now its stuck counter clockwise... and now its changing every time I look again.

    And for the record, there is no doubt in my mind I am "right brained" anyway...

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    I made some of the guys at our office look at this picture (that quickly turned into a congregation) and most of the guys were disputing that the picture would change itself to different directions while the others debated wether it was going clock wise or counter clock wise.
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