This is an exact reproduction of an optical illusion art sculpture that has been built beside Henry Lawson Drive adjacent to Bankstown Airport in Sydney. For the best effect tilt the Google Earth view (click and hold mouse wheel and pull mouse towards you) until your eye level is at ground level on the nearby road, then drag the view as though you are driving north along the road with the building on your left. The building appears to rotate. Alternatively download it and open it in Sketchup. Do not zoom in. Simply rotate the model (click and hold mouse wheel) or drag the model left across the screen (Click and hold mouse wheel, press and hold shift, then drag mouse left.) The best way to see how the structure is really built is to rotate it and look at it from the back, which is also painted. From the back it looks the way it really is. Or look vertically down on it. Then rotate it slowly one way or the other. You will see that it consists of two walls and half a roof only. To see an aerial view of the structure go here: http://www.nearmap.com/?ll=-33.928728,150.979957&z=21&t=k&nmd=20091114 For photos go here: http://www.peterolsen.com.au/3dmodels/optical.html Modelled by Peter Olsen, Brighton-le-Sands, Sydney, Australia
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