By Brody Jerrick
The picture below is actually just circles connected by lines, only our eyes perceive it as a 3D object and confuses our mind. Impossible objects may seem actually impossible, but it is possible to make, and not just on paper, but with actual objects such as wood or metal. You just have to stand at a certain angle to make the illusion work. At different angles or perspectives, it will look like there are wholes in the object or that the object is split into a bunch of pieces.
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