SINGAPORE: Visitors to Resorts World Sentosa may soon be forgiven for thinking that their eyes are playing tricks on them.
An optical illusion museum from Seoul, South Korea will be opening at the integrated resort in the middle of this year.
The Trickeye Museum is an art gallery filled with 2D paintings that give the illusion of being three dimensional.
Each painting is interactive and visitors are invited to be part of the landscape and snap photos.
There will be 80 paintings in total, featuring six different themes.
Sujin Seong, director at Trickeye Museum, said: "We've been researching about the character of Singapore, which is the most cosmopolitan city in the world.
"So we take the idea and transfer it into sections in the museum -- which will be love, circus, safari, adventure, masterpiece and fairytales." - CNA/ec
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