Excursion to the New Zealand city of illusions Puzzling World
• Excursion to the New Zealand city of illusions Puzzling World
Today I want to show the city of illusions Puzzling World. It is located in the small town of Wanaka in the South Island of New Zealand, and as you might guess from photographs - this is an interesting place. You go under the cut to find explanations for these miracles and look at many more!
The complex is divided into two parts: a maze and illusion rooms:
The cafe on the tables laid out a variety of puzzles, which are sold in the local souvenir shop. You can try to collect them and then otovaritsya souvenirs:
The labyrinth area is small, less than a school gym. Moreover, its length is about one and a half kilometers. Visitors on average are from three to five kilometers to get out of it. Labyrinth should not just go and "seize" all of its four towers (in the diagram - 4 colored square):
Towers constantly seem close, but finding the entrance is not so easy to them. Vzod in some of them, starting from the opposite angle:
Sometimes it is necessary to climb the small bridges. It would seem that from the top you can see the right road, but this is an illusion - it becomes clear not:
The view from one of the towers. It seems now the top look and directions, but this impression is deceptive. Really figure out all the twists and turns, as the puzzles will not work in the journal:
If you tired of running through the labyrinth as a laboratory mouse, it is possible to use the emergency exit and go to the cafe. Everyone in our company surrendered, but we Max Brod to victory. Moreover, after we "took" all the towers, we still have not taken advantage of "emergency exit", and ran through the entire maze of back:
At the exit of the maze should known Buddhist sculpture with three monkeys. Next to it you can sit and rest - running around the maze exhausting:
The second part of Puzzling World - different illusions. For example, the tilted house:
Everything is at an angle of 15 degrees inside the house. Due to this, there is an impression that the center of gravity shifted to the side. Pay attention to ads on the left on the wall - it is still in the "normal world" and not inclined:
After a while, the brain refuses to deal and keep this condition.
When viewed in relation to the swing, it is clear that the tiles are arranged in descending order. If you look in relation to the house, it seems that the water "climbs" up to the tiles on the tile:
Dima sits in a chair, which, if you remove the lock, rises under the force of gravity:
Billiard balls are stable only on the table:
The discrepancy between the visible and real sooner or later turns into a fall of some visitors:
Another cool thing. It seems, on the other hand stands perpendicular wall, but in fact it is located diagonally. The effect is achieved due to a particular coloring and floor slope that mimics the squares. "Window" is also not a square:
Video, clearly demonstrates this:
A strange object. Similar to contemporary art:
If you look closely, the red beam in front of the blue:
At some point, the ends come together and form a cube. It seems Max inside, although he is behind this composition:
Crane in the air:
Vase Rubin - a classic optical illusion - if you look at the black, you see the person, if white, the vase:
The visitor who has long proposed to count the number of cubes:
It seems that the horizontal lines converge, but in fact they are all parallel to each other:
How many feet of an elephant?
How many animals?
Installation "Roman toilet." Many tourists sits on pots and photographed. Well at least the pants do not go down:
Upon entering the town welcomes visitors leaning tower:
Of course, our guys could not resist and took pictures against the background of:
Although they failed to surpass the masters, whose work hangs in one of the rides