optic illusion

op·ti·c il·lu·sion

a false interpretation of the color, form, size, or movement of a visual sensation.
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Justiniani has made the images and objects multiplied visually through optic illusion. The viewing experience encompasses latitude and depth.
ON A BENDER Customer in tipsy doorway OPTIC ILLUSION Walls checked and, right, leaning doors STRAIGHT GLASS PLEASE Pint held against one of the tilting walls with 'uphill' marble
The present Greek PM managed to create an optic illusion of wanting to solve the name issue thanks to the new way of running foreign policy- initiatives for meeting, sending letters, analyzes Ivana Kostovska for Nova Makedonija.