Boomerang Illusion

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{{Wikipedia|Jastrow_illusion}}[[Boomerang Illusion]] (also known as the Jastrow Illusion) is an effect based on an optical illusion in which two boomerang shapes appear to shrink and grow.
 
{{Wikipedia|Jastrow_illusion}}[[Boomerang Illusion]] (also known as the Jastrow Illusion) is an effect based on an optical illusion in which two boomerang shapes appear to shrink and grow.
  
The optical illusion is credited to Professor Joseph Jastrow, a pioneering  psychologist, in 1891.
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The optical illusion is credited to Professor Joseph Jastrow, a pioneering  psychologist, who used it to illustrate optional illusions in 1891.
  
 
It's sold as part of many magic kits to children.
 
It's sold as part of many magic kits to children.

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Boomerang Illusion (also known as the Jastrow Illusion) is an effect based on an optical illusion in which two boomerang shapes appear to shrink and grow.

The optical illusion is credited to Professor Joseph Jastrow, a pioneering psychologist, who used it to illustrate optional illusions in 1891.

It's sold as part of many magic kits to children.

Variations of the shape

  • Noses
  • Bananas
  • Rainbows
  • Fish

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