The crooked optical illusion sees these shapes in motion…but not everyone can see it, so can it?
The purpose of visual hallucinations is to confuse the brain and amaze the audience-and this hallucination will leave you confused.
Usually, when it comes to hallucinations, you will see things that your friends can’t see, and this difference in perception may cause debate and discussion of the true content in the picture.
The illusion we shared with you today is no exception-some people can see its movement, while others can’t see it at all.
The image shows colored spots of movement, but only some people can see the movement occurring.
Gals Spins created this illusion, and they found that 71% of the audience said that the orange spots on the purple background were moving.
Similarly, 57% of viewers said that blue spots on a green background are moving for them.
Bhavin Shah, a behavioral optometrist at the central optometrist, explained this illusion.
He said: “Rotational motion is caused by the signal processing of complex images, especially in the part of the retina outside the central part of the vision, as well as the tiny movements of the eye.
“The brain assumes that the eyes are stable and motionless, so it must assume that the pattern must be moving, so the pattern starts to move.”
Bhavin added: “Some people have more of these tiny eye movements than others, and some people are more sensitive to the contrast of patterns, so there will be some changes in the appearance of movement.”
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