According to some experts, from the moment we are born we enter into an illusion, a kind of virtual reality created by our own brain. And we are so used to it that we do not even realize its existence.
Everything we see, everything that surrounds us, is an illusion of colors. Think of rainbows, for example. We do not look directly at a rainbow, but we "create" ourselves. In fact, that arc of colors that we see in the sky is the result of some special attributes that human vision has peculiarly, moreover, for other animals the rainbows do not exist because of how their eyes work.
Here we bring you this compilation of some really fascinating optical illusions that will show you how easy it is to fool your eyes and brain. We hope you like them!
How many colors can you see in this image?
The blue and green spirals are actually the same color – green . Actually there is no blue in this image. It's all an optical effect!
Look at the brown and orange squares …
As you we show in the second image, the orange and brown squares are actually the same color.
Look at the square A and B
Look at the chess table. What color are squares A and B? Does it look like A is dark gray, and white B is …
Actually A and B are the same color. They are gray!
Look at this figure
It seems that the bottom part is clearer, right? Well now it hides the horizontal line between the high and low parts with the finger. What happens?
Look at this board
It looks like a board full of squares full of black and white squares, right? The gray halves of the Black and white squares are actually the same color. The color gray is perceived as black or white depending on the color it is next to.
What color are these horses?
These horses are actually the same color!
Look at these lines
How many colors are there, apart from white. Three? Four? Actually, there are only two colors – pink and green.
What color are these squares?
And what color are these squares? There are only roses and greens. None more
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