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    INFP - clockwise.

    To get her to switch directions:

    1) Look at the shadow of her foot.
    2) Picture the shadow of her foot spinning in the direction you want it to.
    3) Once you have that, try to get her foot spinning to match it. (It helps to cover the rest of her with your hand.)
    4) Once her foot matches its shadow, look at the rest of her.

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    I can quickly and easily make it go both ways, but I first see it as going clockwise. I guess this makes sense because on right-left brain tests, I score near 50-50. I get it to switch by looking away from it and visualizing it going in a different direction. I look at the picture, and then bam, it's going the way I make it go. I don't think this relates at all to my type. I'm an iSxx.

    *edit* I guess I don't really have to look away for her to switch either, but I notice that focusing on her arm makes her go clockwise and focusing on her legs makes her go counter-clockwise.

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    I couldn't even imagine how a person could perceive counter-clockwise motion until I looked at the shadow. Now I can't see clockwise anymore. Urrr...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I can quickly and easily make it go both ways, but I first see it as going clockwise. I guess this makes sense because on right-left brain tests, I score near 50-50. I get it to switch by looking away from it and visualizing it going in a different direction. I look at the picture, and then bam, it's going the way I make it go. I don't think this relates at all to my type. I'm an iSxx.

    *edit* I guess I don't really have to look away for her to switch either, but I notice that focusing on her arm makes her go clockwise and focusing on her legs makes her go counter-clockwise.
    It's still interesting because of the huge differences in perception other people have. But if you are isXX then it does make sense that you can see it both ways easily. I'm more of an INTX, I don't have a strong J/P preference but I have alot of trouble seeing the counterclockwise way.

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    Ha.

    Correlation would be funny.

    I can see it going clockwise or anti-clockwise. I can switch the direction it's going at will...looking at the foot, swinging arm, head. Maybe clockwise is more natural.

    Interestingly, I never noticed the shadow.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    both ways - whichever i choose. i have seen this picture before and when first opened, it has been both ways at different times, really.
    (ENTP)

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    Counter-clockwise for me. Can't remember what the direction was the last few times I saw this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    It's still interesting because of the huge differences in perception other people have. But if you are isXX then it does make sense that you can see it both ways easily. I'm more of an INTX, I don't have a strong J/P preference but I have alot of trouble seeing the counterclockwise way.
    Well, I would guess that most intuitives see the image as spinning clockwise. Just a hunch; I don't know if there is a correlation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Interesting. So the image was made to be counter-clockwise?

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    It flips back and forth for me mid-spin.

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