Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. With that, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life. Visitors are more than welcome to explore the various themed galleries with their eyes, hands and even cameras. Step inside the paintings to complete a visual narrative with your creative poses, and watch a “tricky” story unfold before your camera. At Trick Eye Museum, you’ll be creating unforgettable memories with friends and family amid fun and laughter, with a dash of educational and cultural enrichment.
Trick Eye Museum Guide
1. On the side of most exhibits, you will be able to see a guide (like the one below) and an example of how to pose and how to angle the camera.
2. Follow the instructions given. For this particular exhibit.. you could either turn your camera upside down to create the effect, or do post editing by rotating the photos on the computer.
3. For certain exhibits, ‘Photo Point’ regions are provided, so stay within that area for optimum 3D effect.
4. Make sure when you frame the picture, compose it such that you leave out unrelated background.
5. This would be how the final photo should look like. Don’t forget your most terrified face!
G: A very good recommendation for a family/friends’ day out. Allow the inner kid in you to be unleashed and laugh along with your loved ones.
J: Trick Eye Museum creates an innovative and interactive environment to allow everyone to be creative and cheekily silly. Always young at heart, right?
One-day admission tickets to Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa are priced at S$25 for adults and S$20 for children/seniors. Guests can also purchase tickets and packages onsite or online at www.trickeye.com/singapore or www.rwsentosa.com.
* This is an invited media event by The Influencer Network and Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
Might get crowded on weekends so best to go on weekdays/non-peak hours. You might also have to queue up inside for a turn at taking photos with the exhibits.
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