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The optical illusion of ‘rotating’ rectangles confuses the viewer – what can you see?

The CLEVER optical illusion makes colored rectangles appear as if they were rotating – even though they are not.

The work of art looks like motion but it is really just a static image that tricks our mind. So what can you see?

Colors and shapes interact with each other to trick the brain

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Colors and shapes interact with each other to trick the brainCredit: lenstore

The team at Lenstore challenged viewers to stare at different circles and see what would happen.

Usually optical illusions use shape, space, position, color contrast and lines to trick our minds into thinking that images are moving when they are not.

Some scientists believe it may be caused by involuntary eye movements.

Others think that the motion detectors in our visual cortex may be overwhelmed by the change in neurons and activated movement.

Optical illusions can blow our minds all year round but how you perceive them can be influenced by what month it is.

Research shows that when looking at “duck or rabbit” optical illusions, the brain can form a stronger association with them depending on the time of year.

Experts explained in a study published in the journal Perceptual and motor skills that the drawing was shown to 265 subjects on Easter and 276 in October.

Most people have seen the bunny on Easter and the bird in October.

“The cognitively biased effect of life expectancy was observed in young children (2 to 10 years) as well as in older subjects (11 to 93 years),” the researchers said.

ONE related research This illusory report is also a test of creativity.

Recently, an optical illusion can bend the mind make viewers shake their heads – literally.

Another set of puzzling puzzles to test players’ search skills to get back in the spirit for Valentine’s Day.

While another “super-illusion” video blew everyone’s mind on social media – and it’s easy to see why.

The triangle animation seems to show a man with a cane climbing on the stairs and dance, but really it’s just their eyes playing games.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17738653/optical-illusion-rotating-rectangles-viewers-baffled/ The optical illusion of ‘rotating’ rectangles confuses the viewer – what can you see?

Dais Johnston

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