Ambiguous Circles and Squares 

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Ambiguous Circles and Squares: two more examples of the Sugihara ambiguous object illusion, with “impossible” mirror reflection. Thanks to Gerardo Ortega for sending me these 3D prints of his designs.

Ambiguous Suits & Hearts 

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Ambiguous Suits & Hearts: I first discovered and posted the work of mathematician Kokichi Sugihara’s amazing ambiguous object illusions in 2017. Here is one more really nice example of his original work that was sent to me by my good friend Tim Rowett.

Wireframe Ambiguous Cube

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See the other illusions my collection: Ambiguous Objects

Wireframe Ambiguous Cube: another innovation of the ambiguous object illusion invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University- this time a 3D frame of a cube transforms to a cylinder! A new 3D print design from @make.anything


Ambiguous Object Illusion Set

This wonderful and afffordabe set includes four illusion objects and a mirror:

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Ambiguous Object Illusion Set: This kit comes with four objects (three shown here) invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan. Polygons appear as circles in a mirror and vice versa, and the famous “stubborn arrow” that will only point to the right (or, in a mirror, to the left). I like how the base is also an ambiguous pentagon/circle, which like all these objects, is a result of a clever combination of reflection, perspective, and viewing angle. Thanks to the Vsauce team for producing this kit! 

Ambiguous Superhero Object 

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Ambiguous Superhero Object: A very fun fan art 3D print which makes use of the ambiguous object illusion invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara- a clever combination of reflection, perspective, and viewing angle. Printed and sold by 3DNY Design. 

Ambiguous Object Illusion Mug

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These type of objects were invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara, and you can buy his books here: 
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The math and physics are described here in this technical journal article by Prof. Sugihara

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Ambiguous Object Illusion Mug: circle or a square? It’s all a matter of perspective and viewing angle. The complex shape allows for both to be perceived and is based on the work of mathematician Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan, the inventor of this illusion and art form. 


Ambiguous Object Illusion

These type of object were invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara, and you can buy his books here: 
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From Amazon (Japan): BUY NOW set of four ambiguous objects with booklet 

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This kit contains four white plastic illusion objects (including the arrow) and a booklet. I used the translate feature in the Chrome browser to place my order and it shipped to California in three days. 

The math and physics are described here in this technical journal article by Prof. Sugihara

Ambiguous Object Illusion: an incredible new design by Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan, the inventor of this illusion and art form. A clever combination of reflection, perspective, and viewing angle produce this striking illusion. My vote for best gift from the G4G13 exchange this year. 

Ambiguous Object 

These type of objects were invented by mathematician Kokichi Sugihara, and you can buy his other books here: 
From Amazon: BUY NOW Ambiguous Objects by Kokichi Sugihara 

Also available from Amazon (Japan): BUY NOW set of four ambiguous objects with booklet 

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Another illusion design by Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan, the inventor of this illusion and art form. A mathematically calculated combination of perspective and the physics of reflection produce this striking illusion that works in many configurations.