Motion Stereograms
If you can free-fuse the stereograms, you should see that in one of them the rectangular frame appears as a hole with a bar behind it, whereas in the other the frame looks as a surface with a bar in front of it. Shimojo, Silverman & Nakayama (1989) noted that when the bar is seen through the hole, the bar moves perpendicularly to its orientation instead of downward as in the barberpole effect. Apparently, the effect of the terminators on the global percept is attenuated or perhaps completely abolished when binocular disparity information suggests that the terminators are not real object endings, but spurious discontinuities caused by occlusion.

created by Fauzia Mosca and Nicola Bruno