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How to confuse your eyes and brain

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It’s amazing how easy it is for our brains to be tricked by illusions. Optical illusions happen when the brain misinterprets what the eyes are seeing. Eyes turn patterns of light and shade into electronic signals that are processed by the brain, allowing us to see the world. Your memory helps to understand what you see.

Are you ready to confuse your eyes and brain? Below are some great examples of optical illusions.

Stare at the grid and you will flashing dots.

Seeing Spots

Look around the image and the squares will begin to wobble.

Wobble Square

The wheels appear to spin

Spinning Wheels

The background appears to be Pulsating


The lines look slanted


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