The "After Image Illusion" application is an app that goes beyond the normal illusion apps in the appstore. "After Image Illusion" lets you select any photo existing on your iphone and lets you create a brilliant illusion out of it.
This illusion is SURE to impress and amaze your friends. Just give it a try; it's free, and it's fun!
**Note from developers: Alot of people don't seem to understand what is going on in the application so we'll explain it here.
After choosing an image for the illusion, you are supposed to stare at the dot on the oddly colored version of your image for about 20 seconds. While continuing to stare at the dot, touch the screen for the image to change and you should see your image in color if you are still staring at the dot. The illusion is that the image isn't in color at all, but in black and white.
We hope this clears things up for some people who don't understand the point of this app.**
Can people who understand the illusion please help us by responding to the people who don't understand what is going on?
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Ratings and Reviews
I used to have this app some time ago, and I've just remembered this app when I saw another after image illusion on the web. No doubt, this app is awesome for amazing your family and friends!
To the ones who don't get the main point of the app: All you have to do is select a photo from your camera roll/photo library and stare at the dot for about 20-30 seconds, then WITHOUT moving your eyes, touch the screen. You'll see the image in color. Until you move your eyes, of course.
It is a great app! But, I wonder what would happen with an all black and white picture? It is a great way to show off your pictures and is a time saver ( about 30 seconds ) but not one I would out of the blue recommend ( unlike silly pics ) but is worth the download !!1!1!1!!
One question though, after I choose a pic how do I get back to main screen? Please add that in discreption. Love ya keep up the good work!!1!!1!!1!!
I showed my wife a pic on this, and without explaining anything, I just said "stare at the dot", then "touch the screen". Afterward, I asked what she saw - "our wedding on the river". I asked "was it in color?" She said "well, yes! It's your phone's wallpaper!" :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.