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    Clockwise.

    INFP.

    Then anti-clockwise and clockwise again.

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    Counter clockwise - INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Look at the foot that appears to be flat on the ground.
    It'll get to the point where you can change its direction at will.
    I just say: "left" or "right," and the direction changes.
    Weird, ay?
    Nope, it's still not working. I must be defective.

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    It's always clockwise for me. I don't think it really means anything about hemispheric dominance, though. It would be tricky to establish that kind of correlation, and I'm doubtful anyone has done it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    okay so almost everyone can switch it at will? that's weird I have alot of trouble seeing it counterclockwise but I have momentarily seen it before.
    Not exactly "at will"; I have to look at something else/move my eyes in a certain way to get my brain to consider it the other way. Sometimes it doesn't work and it can be a little frustrating, but usually within a few minutes I can get my brain to see the other way.
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    Clockwise - INTP

    It took about two seconds to change it to counterclockwise, though. I can change its direction pretty much at will.
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    Counter clockwise, INFJ.

    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    In the 'clockwise' one I saw her spinning clockwise, until she started a strange wavy motion of moving from side to side, not really spinning at all. Darn.

    ..Okay, now she's going clockwise again.

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    Yeah, saw this before. Nifty.


    I see it Counterclockwise. ENFP.

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    Clockwise
    ISTP

    Even with the solution above, I only see her going counterclockwise a few times until it goes the other way.
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    INFP, I see it clockwise. The shadow is broken that way though.

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