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

 - 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.