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11 Optical Illusions That Will Trick Your Eyes

Mar 11, 2024
They say that seeing is believing or not, get ready for 11

optical

illusions

that

will

fool

your

eyes

. Those who create

optical

illusions

use combinations of colors, lights or particular patterns that can really fool the brain, so get ready to test

your

visual perception with this fun challenge and Don't forget to click the subscribe button and turn on notifications to join us on the bright side of life. The first one is creepy. This is a famous drawing created in 1892 by Charles Alan Gilbert called All is Vanity and depending on what you see first. It may look a little creepy; most people who look at it don't even realize that there is much more to the drawing than it seems.
11 optical illusions that will trick your eyes
Have you noticed anything unusual about this image? You have 10 seconds to find out those who look at the drawing. notice a woman sitting in front of the vanity mirror or a creepy looking skull if you managed to spot them both right away, congratulations, your visual perception is quite impressive, okay, here are hidden faces, here is another challenging image in which you have to find something. That's hidden in plain sight now, at first glance, it may seem too easy after all, everyone can clearly see at least four faces on the tree branches, but like any optical illusion, there is a problem: see how many more faces you can detect in the next 10 seconds, if you find 10 faces hidden among the branches, then you are an extremely observant person.
11 optical illusions that will trick your eyes

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Some say these faces are actually those of famous public figures. Can you recognize anyone? Share your ideas in the comments below. A beautiful lady. This beautiful lady must be a dancer, otherwise how does she keep spinning like this so gracefully? Oh, like on tiptoe, but we're not here to discuss her artistic abilities. Can you tell if she is moving in one direction or two? So what do you think from left to right? both oh the correct answer is she is moving in the right direction cafe wall illusion the name of this illusion was inspired by a tiled wall of a cafe in bristol not like starbucks but i won't tell you more for now, can you tell if the darkness? the lines are parallel to each other or they are inclined you have ten seconds to solve it again it seemed like an easy question the lines are so obviously inclined that it turns out that they do not allow us to blur the image a little more now that all the small elements are completely blurred you can see that the dark blue lines are actually parallel to each other.
11 optical illusions that will trick your eyes
Well, that's not fair. This phenomenon is known as the coffee wall illusion. It was first described over a hundred years ago, but only received its name in the 1970s, when a guy called Steve Simpson noticed a similar effect on the wall of a cafe in Bristol. Small black and white bricks at the intersection of wide lines make this illusion possible. The curved elements within the blue lines only make this effect stronger. The reason we see this distortion is that our retinal neurons and our visual cortex neurons work together in a rather peculiar way number five for the impossible triangle find the impossible triangle but wait what makes it so impossible you say you have ten seconds to solve it before listening to the explanation The impossible triangle known as the Penrose triangle is so called because it can never exist in reality.
11 optical illusions that will trick your eyes
If it existed, it would be absolutely contrary to the rules of Euclidean geometry. What's wrong with this figure? Well, if you follow the ball sliding on the surface of the triangle from the top point you

will

see that the left side extends and the right side tilts towards you, however they both appear to be in the same plane, only an optical illusion makes it so apparently possible for the human eye. Now bike number six is ​​fine. This seems pretty simple. There's a bike and it's moving. There's still something wrong here. Something mysterious. Can you figure out what the

trick

is?
You have ten seconds to do it, which makes the bike move, obviously the fact that the spokes of your wheels are spinning now can't be that easy when it comes to optical illusions, in fact the spokes stay in place and the colors that fill the wheels those 50 shades of gray that keep changing this illusory motion effect is created thanks to small quick movements of scientists iya We are still working to discover how this phenomenon works to better understand the perception of motion. Now I present to you the Rubik's cube. What are these red, green and white lines?
It looks like something familiar, but what exactly is it if you need more? time just pause the video we're going to need a cylindrical mirror to get the correct answer it's a Rubik's cube this optical illusion is based on an amorphous hey I remember an amorphous she used to live down the street it's actually a form of perspective the idea Her goal is transforming images so distorted that it is almost impossible to guess what they are into something that makes sense using a cylindrical mirror and it only makes sense if you do it from a special point so that only one person can see it at a time.
It would be a great way to send hidden messages. It turns out that this technique is not an invention of the 3D era of the 21st century. It actually dates back to the late Renaissance, which was on the chessboard of the 16th century. You can't play chess with this board because everything moves. about the place or you have ten seconds to do it and please try not to become hypnotized no matter how hard it is to believe that the

eyes

actually stay where they were. You can see it if you focus on just one of them if you stare. one dot and ignore the constant movement of white and black dots, everything becomes clear and dusted away, huh, counting backwards from the number nine backwards, steve buscemi, can you tell me what's wrong with steve buscemi?
I mean, I hope Steve is perfectly fine, but can you tell me? Yo, what's up with the second image? Hmm, these images look the same to me. Give it a thumbs up if you think so too. Let's try to turn it around. Oh, that's too scary. It seems my eyes deceived me again. is another fun celebrity optical illusion, the Hermann grid illusion and the glowing grid illusion, look at this black square crisscrossed with perpendicular white lines, the white dots situated at the intersections of the grid change their color from white to gray and vice versa when you concentrate on a particular point.
Look, it's white, but as soon as your attention is diverted, the dot turns gray. That is the illusion of the Hermann grid. Amazing, right? We can take this illusion a step further by placing white dots at the intersections of gray lines, all placed on top of the black ones. In the background, look at this image closely and you'll notice black dots starting to appear at the intersections of the grid. Doesn't it create a sparkling effect? Another name for this illusion is a simultaneous light contrast illusion as you perceive the dots as white at one point and then almost immediately you see them as black, how are you doing?
Have you managed to detect this effect? However, if not, take your time, you can pause the video and observe this illusion for a little longer, so why are your senses letting you down? Making you see gray or black instead of white, this illusion actually demonstrates one of the most important principles of human perception. You don't always see things as they really are. The thing is that the retinal cells in your eyes act as light receptors when only one receptor is illuminated, it perceives more light than when its colleagues are also illuminated, this prevents nearby receptors from being activated, as a result, the effect alone is transmitted laterally, let's see how it works with Hermann's grid illusion, the white lines are arranged in such a way that there is more light around the intersections than along the lines themselves, therefore the points at the intersections are more inhibited and you see darker spots.
Are you completely impressed, but hey, the best is yet to come finally consider this box, it takes a big box and another? little box and some magic to make this illusion possible. I'll leave some room for your imagination here. Let's discuss this in the comments section. How is it possible for the little box to be outside inside and be part of the big box at the same time? Then how? How many optical illusions did you manage to decipher? Tell us in the comments below. Now don't forget to like this video, share it with your friends and click subscribe to stay on the positive side of life.

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