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The optical illusion of a spinning horse leaves viewers stunned – but can you tell what’s going on?

A BIZARRE optical illusion of a spinning horse has left viewers absolutely stunned – with no one able to figure out what’s going on.

The viral video on Tick ​​tock shows a strange geometric horse spinning – but it’s hard to figure out which way it’s moving.

Viewers were stunned by the optical illusion

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Viewers were stunned by the optical illusionPhoto credit: TikTok/@trippyhub

It asks the simple question, “Which way is the horse turning?”

The video was posted by TikToker TrippyHub and has garnered well over 6 million views.

It also garnered a whopping 290,000 likes.

But it seems to have completely baffled the internet.

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When the horse turns it appears to turn its head and then turn back the other way – Causing confusion among those who see the illusion.

The mysterious clip sparked conversations on the video-sharing platform – with many users offering their own observations.

One user replied, suggesting, “I can only see left, omg.”

While another even claimed “I can control which direction it moves” when she saw it.

But another user suggested a very different suggestion: “It switches back and forth. Doesn’t rotate.

“Look at the shadows cast on the neck behind the head. They would disappear at one point if they rotated.”

Others even suggested that the front and back halves of the horse actually turned separately.

While a number of users claimed that you have to squint to see the horse’s direction.

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And another suggested that it would actually work in both directions when you blink your eyes.

Watch the video and try to figure out which way you think the horse could turn.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17986367/optical-illusion-of-spinning-horse-leaves-viewers-baffled/ The optical illusion of a spinning horse leaves viewers stunned – but can you tell what’s going on?

Dais Johnston

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