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Amazing optical illusions

The latest social media phenomenon was the optical illusion of a dress, that has divided the world between the group that saw a blue and black dress, and the other group that saw a white and gold dress instead. If you enjoyed sharing opinions with your friends and want to test your eye again, take a look at these optical illusions. Are you sure about what you see?

Do you see some dots moving at the intersections of the white lines? Well, this is an illusion. It is actually a static image.

Optical illusions have been used by magicians in every culture. That’s why they are also called “illusionists”

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Take a look at square A and square B. Which colour are they? A seems darker than B, but they are actually the same colour.

Information gathered by the eye differs from reality.

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Look directly at the circle in the centre of the image. Then move your head closer and further from the screen and you will see how the circles move in opposite directions

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Look directly at the circle in the centre of the image. Then move your head closer and further from the screen and you will see how the circles move in opposite directions

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Here A and B are the same size

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Same trick here. Those two orange circles are the same size.

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Do you see a young lady or an old woman?

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Do you see a young lady or an old woman?

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This one is a classic: Do you see a vase or two faces facing each other?

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What do you see here, a duck or a rabbit?

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Have you seen green arrows or yellow arrows?

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Who’s here? Marilyn or Einstein? This is an hybrid image.

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Is this a picture of an Indian or an Eskimo?

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The horizontal lines of this image may seem sloped, but they are straight.

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This is a perfect square, but if you look to one side of it, it seems that the other sides are curvy.

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If you look at the centre and move, the circles around it will move.

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Look straight to the black circle in the centre of the image. It seems to expand, creating an illusion of movement, like getting inside of a passage and approaching the darkness.

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Look straight to the black circle in the centre of the image. It seems to expand, creating an illusion of movement, like getting inside of a passage and approaching the darkness.

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