Video: Get enough dots together and your faulty eyeballs start seeing things. With random dot patterns, a simple move of the dots by a few degrees can create trippy concentric circles or wild swirls that move all around the paper. With a more uniform grid of dots, the pattern looks like you're jumping through a portal into another dimension. Both are so cool. Watch as Tadashi Tokieda explains the phenomenon below.
Check Out The Mind Bending Patterns That Comes Out Of Random Dot Patterns
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