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Necker cube

/ (ˈnɛkə) /
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noun
a line drawing showing the 12 edges of a transparent cube, so that it can be seen alternately facing in two different directions: an example of an ambiguous figure
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Word Origin for Necker cube

C19: named after Louis Albert Necker (1786–1861), Swiss mineralogist
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