Have you ever come across the word calls optical illusion? There have been numerous images that trick the mind like a puzzle.
The below image went viral because 1% of people can find the animal in this picture. Have you tried it yet?
After staring at a colored grating (alternating lines) for several minutes, this McCollough effect is a trick on the mind. If you tilt the head 90 degrees, you may reduce or improve the impact, and you can reverse it by rotating the induction images. Also, the longer you look at the original induction images, the longer the effect will last.
There are a few other photos that seem mind-blowing for a while. You can try on those.
Most scholars are still investigating these effects, and while some believe that they are linked to the neurons in the visual cortex, others think that your brain tries to color-correct the world and gets a bit stuck.
In 1995 a patient suffered significant brain damage answering the black and white grating other than the red and green grating. This led researchers to believe that the effect probably occurred within the visual cortex or somewhere between the eye and the brain.
These two induction images can stimulate the effect if you alternate between staring at their centers for a few minutes. Afterward, if you look at this image, you will see it red or green in parts or even pinkish.
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