Saturday, January 12, 2013

3 Dimensional Chess

This is my new invention of chess 3 Dimensional Chess. This is based on a 3d illusion of 64 squares. Each piece moves within the illusion based on perception of 3 axis.

The layout is set at random order based on the symmetry of order in normal chess. Triangles are as the same in square. 
3 Dimensional Chess

Chess Illusion 64

This is my new perfected Chess illusion 64 invention for 2013. Chess based on an optical illusion of 64 squares. 
This game was perfected from my 2012 invention chess illusion version 1 2012 which held 80 squares. The layout is as the same as chess. When pieces reach  the center plane of the illusion the axis are changed to a 45 degree angle.  This allows pawns to attack in 3 directions but may move forward on two directions. 
  Chess Illusion 64

Hyper Chess 4d 2013

This is my new invention of chess illusion 4d for 2013. This form of chess is based of a 4 dimensional hyper cube illusion with 4 axises. Each move into one of the 4 axis changes the perception of the direction of play based on forward and backwards.
   The Layout is based on normal chess with additional queens and pawns.     
Hyper Chess Illusion 4d 2013.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Chess Illusion Moving Bishop

 Bishops move diagonally any number of square in the limits of movement in squares or in perspective x,y, and z. This creates infinite directions and paths the bishop can take.

The diagonal paths can be created based only on the original squares orientation of up right left and down. This will change every single squares orientation based on the movements from the original square.

Here are examples of the bishop moving diagonally in both methods of movement. 

Chess Illusion Moving the Queen

The queen in chess illusion has a wide verity of movements that cover a wide area of the board and will test your perception of the 3 dimensional illusion.
The Queen can move in any direction any number of squares in the limits of moving in squares or in perspective x,y and z.

Chess Illusion Moving the Rook

The rook moves horizontally and vertically any number of squares within the limits of moving in squares or in perspective x,y, or z.
Here is the basic concepts based on different positions on the board.

Chess Illusion Moving the Knight.

The knight in chess illusion moves in a regular L shape of 3 squares in square or in one of the x,y,z perspectives. 

The available moving positions of the knight complete the L shape that will wrap itself around the 3 dimensional Illusion of the cube. 
Here is a following example of the available positions of the Knight moving in squares.
This is an example of the Knight moving in a L shape choosing its movements in squares then in perspective of the original position.