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Right Brain vs Left Brain test … do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise?
Stevo sent this to me. We both see the dancer rotating clockwise.
Read a few comments to the above linked test and found this interesting:
The picture is simply an animated gif and it does not have anything tricky build in. It has 34 frames (i.e. seperate pictures) and is not rigged in any funny way. I looked at it in Adobe Fireworks. One direction only. No funny switching going on. OK… all of you that see it changing are left brainers. That is becuase you are left brainers (hense the test) and with enough focus can see it turning anti-clockwise (see the directions). If you were a right brainer then you would not be able to see it switching. The direction does not actually change direction at all. I hope that those of you that see it changing realize that this is a function of how your brain works and in part a purpose of the test. As it is not really changing direction I hope you realize that the way you see things is not necessary the way they really are.
Posted by: Nathan of USA 4:12pm October 22, 2007
Comment 505 of 527
Does anybody know whether that statement is correct – that left-brainers can sometimes perceive the clockwise turns, but right-brainers cannot perceive the counter-clockwise turns?
And then there is this:
This image, originally created by Nobuyuki Kayahara, is a great scientific personality test. If you see the dancer spinning clockwise, you’ve got excess spleen qi in your left frontal crockus. This means that you’re a vibrant personality whose passions are apparent to everyone around you, but sometimes you are indecisive. If you see her spinning counter-clockwise, the right ascension of your natal chart lies in your sagittal broab and there are Fire humours dribbling out your left nostril. You should see a doctor as soon as possible.
And this is where she was born.