This posting contains some works of motion illusion, which might make sensitive observers dizzy or sick. Should you feel dizzy, you had better leave this page immediately. It helps if you don’t look straight at it.
Victor Vasarely is widely regarded as the father of Op-Art. During the 1960s and 1970s his optical images became part of the popular culture having a deep impact on architecture, computer science, fashion and the way we now look at things in general.
Enter Professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan, who has spent more than a decade creating his collection of moving optical illusions.
Try moving your browser window rapidly up and down on this page to enhance the effect of the moving square in Autumn Color Swamp.
Professor Kitaoka has written ten books on visual illusions or illusion designs. His designs have been used by the likes of Lady Gaga, who ran the Kitaokas work, entitled Gangaze, as the CD cover for her album Art Pop, in 2013. To see more of his work go to: