This Optical Illusion T-Rex Appears to Follow You Everywhere You Go

By: Angela Rajic - Published: Jan 15, 2014 • References: youtube & sploid.gizmodo
This Optical Illusion T-Rex is a fun contraption that looks like it follows the viewer around while actually be completely stationary and immobile. Inspired by a dragon illusion by Jerry Andrus, YouTube user Brusspup fashioned the dinosaur out of paper so that it would appear that it’s had and eyes would follow the viewer around.

With a pyramid-shaped body and a head in two parts with misaligned eyes, the optical illusion T-Rex is meant to be folded and assembled like a 3D shape made in elementary school.

This optical illusion is a fun gimmick and a great and affordable way to entertain the kids with something other than the television or video games. This is one dinosaur that you want to have around the house. Stats for Optical Illusion Dinosaur Toys Trending: Older & Chilly
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