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Since my eyes have been able to look at objects, Optical Illusions have always fascinated me. From double images, to straight line tricks, to even after image illusions, they’ve shown me how my brain works, as well as what’s possible with the human mind in terms of creativity. Often or not, I also try to dissect how these illusions work, as well as how to try and fool them (I like to challenge myself sometimes). However, one particular illusions always seemed to be impossible for me to figure out, now matter how many times I checked out.
The basics behind this is that tiles A and B are the same color. Obviously, it’s not quite the same. I couldn’t bring myself to believe it… that is until a youtube video popped up that showed me that indeed it is real and obviously that my brain needs more work.
Amazing, ain’t it?