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Trick art exhibition demonstrates 3-D

Date Posted: 2011-12-16

A Trick Art in Tomiton exhibition that transforms flat pictures into three dimensions kicks off this weekend at the Tomiton event court stage in Tomigusuku City’s Toyosaki district.

The month-long event sponsored by Ryukyu Shimpo takes flat painted pictures, such as those of sea turtles, dolphins and dinosaurs from frames, and allows viewers to see them in three dimensions. The exhibition runs through January15th, raising questions and the curiosity of both children and adults. The Trick Art in Tomiton allows the visitors to actually see, touch and take pictures of the exhibits.

How does it work? Seems like that varies from peoples’ points of view, as often found when people are asked to choose which circle is larger, or which lines are longer. In the optical picture’s quiz rally, spectators get to answer questions, with prizes being selected by lottery. The quiz rally is open to anyone, and is described as the most popular event at venues in Japan. It broke records of the most admission numbers at earlier exhibitions.

General Admission Advance Tickets are ¥500, with those for elementary ~ high school students ¥200. Kids 4-6 pay only ¥100 in advance. All tickets are ¥100 more at the door.

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