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3D Optical-Illusion Museum Lets Viewers Become Part Of The Pictures [Pics]

3D Optical-Illusion Museum Lets Viewers Become Part Of The Pictures [Pics]
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The Trick Eye Museum in South Korea features artworks that play tricks on visitors’ eyes.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 july 2012

The Trick Eye Museum in Busan, South Korea, aims to stimulate visitors’ creativity and imagination through optical illusions. The interactive museum plays tricks on your eyes and invites visitors to enter famous works of art and three dimensional pictures, becoming part of the images themselves. Travelers Jürgen and Mike, who spend 91 days in different cities around the world, visited the museum and posed for a number of funny photos. Click through to see a selection of the pictures:

Trick Eye Museum

Photos by Jürgen and Mike (For 91 Days)

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