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Do you see this dancer spinning clockwise, or counter-clockwise? If clockwise, you tend to use more of the right side of your brain. If counter-clockwise, you tend to use more of the left side (like the majority of people). Most designers travel easily from left to right and back... in fact, it’s this (relatively) unique disposition and ability that helps us guide our (mostly) left-brain clients to creative solutions while maintaining affinity with our (often) right-brain artist kin.
(taken from http://www.robertlpeters.com/new…)
I see both... counter at first, then clockwise after looking away and back again.
Clock-wise. Am I gay?
what happens if every time you look at it it goes in the opposite direction?
what's all this about rotation? All i see are backflips
both, I'm fucked
Clockwise. I'm trying to see it the other way, but it's not working.
First, I saw it spinning counter-clockwise. Then, while reading the paragraph below, I looked back up and it was spinning the other direction.
So apparently, I look with the right and read with the left side of my brain. Interesting.
maybe this could be a nice test... if somebody insists it's only going counter-clockwise,even after they look away and read something... don't hire them....
Strange, see clockwise now but at other times I have seen this c-c this could be a good test to use to judge if one is in the right frame of mind for a particular situation.
i see a timeline
i can't cope with this right now
I see both, with clockwise coming first.
I see clockwise at first. With the help of this l and r ones i can switch.. but not on my own