Optical illusions are images and videos that trick our brains into thinking something different than reality exists. They’re fun and sometimes mind-blowing to have a look at.
There are three types of optical illusions. Literal optical illusions create images that are different from the objects that make them. physiological illusions that are the effects of excessive stimulation of a specific type, and cognitive illusions, the result of unconscious inferences. Pathological visual illusions arise from a pathological exaggeration in physiological visual perception mechanisms causing the aforementioned types of illusions.
Check out these mind-blowing optical illusions.
Stare at the yellow dots. . . eventually they will disappear
Stare at the center of the colored version, then wait for it to change to black and white.
Instead of turning black and white, your brain fills in the color it thinks you should be seeing, based on the orange and blue ph
How many legs does this elephant have?
These 2 objects are the same color. Cover the line with your finger to check.
Yes or No?
Yes or No?
Slowly move your head towards image and the light in the middle will get brighter. Move your head away and the light will become weaker.
What you are seeing is actually 4 perfectly round circles.
These yellow and blue blocks appear to move one after the other, right?
When the black bars are removed, you’ll see that they’re always parallel and that the black bars are distorting your brain’s perception of movement.
Stare at the yellow dot. Then, move your head closer to the screen and the pink rings will rotate.
Stare at this picture and it moves. Its actually a static image.