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Published on 06.01.2016 With the rise of digital media, it is no wonder amusements parks were quick to follow along the trends of digital pictures and art. Although optical illusions have been here for centuries, they are always fun to experience and see for yourself, and the unique spin on the art at the Toei Amusement park is worth seeing. Now the difference is that we are able to capture some of the magic with our own devices and show the world. The 3D rendering of a painted image employs a pretty simple technique, the usage of normal pyramid shapes, but with a 2D image painted upon them as if it were a normal piece of paper or canvas, which creates a vibrant image that seems to move along as the camera does. The optical illusion where you are bigger on side and smaller on the other has been in use by the movie and film industry for many years now but is not widely known. It is a matter of viewer perception and is an extremely cost effective substitute to CGI where some actors or actresses are supposed to be smaller than others, as is the case where movies have dwarves. In this case, visitors to the park can see how the illusion works in reality, but need to actually walk up to it and see it from different angles to properly understand it.