Bottomless Elevator 3D Illusion

Bottomless Elevator 3D Illusion

Creative optical illusion at Southside shopping centre in London tricked people into thinking that the floor of the elevator has collapsed.

When the doors opened, scared people were only a step away from falling into a deep elevator shaft. Or at least that is what it seemed…

3D Illusion of a hole in the middle of the elevator was created to prepare the British public for the launch of Alton Towers Resort’s new attraction – Nemesis Sub-Terra.

Terrifying ride will take you underground beneath the theme park into a system of dark and scary caves.

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  1. Niyari

    I think the shadows would keep me from freaking out…

  2. Lilia Smiles


    Ahh you make a good point!

    But I guess it would be fun to pretend.

  3. MasterOche


  4. Poet

    It only looks bottomless from the outside looking in, still cool.

  5. Gert

    I’m pretty sure the sensation of not falling might clue me in…

  6. Edward Martinez

    I think it would be better if the elevator’s whole floor surface has a big LCD Monitor (on which people can stand on) and it is attached to a camera (pointing downwards) at the bottom of the elevator’s floor.

    Of course, we need a light to illuminate the underside of the elevator for the camera to capture.

    Upon the elevator’s up & down movements, the illusion of a bottomless elevator is much more realistic.
    Or just how about, the whole elevator floor is made of clear glass, with illumination underneath.

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