This optical illusion is so difficult that anyone who can figure it out must have an eagle eye.
Dr. Gavin Buckingham, a cognitive psychologist, recently posted an optical illusion Blowing minds around the world on Twitter.
Buckingham wrote a caption along with an attached image of the illusion, explaining what was supposed to be seen and where it came from.
“The horizon lines are actually parallel and not slanted at all. If you don’t believe me, look at the distance between them at the beginning and end of each line. It’s a great version of the cafe wall illusion by Victoria Sky.” ‘ he said. he says.
For reference, the image from Victoria Sky At first glance, it has a fine pattern of horizontal lines that look diagonal.
But if you have the vision to do so, squint and look at the beginning and end of each column, as Buckingham says, and you’ll see that the lines are horizontal.
For those who struggled with that, Buckingham explained that you need high contrast to see the illusion properly.
“This effect is caused by small areas of high contrast in the corners of each ‘square’. If you can’t see the contrast clearly, it has no effect,” he explained.
Audience In the comments, I was blown away by the simplicity and effectiveness of the optical illusion.
they also Include your own variations I’ll test others in subsequent replies.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/9248727/eagle-eyes-if-can-see-straight-lines-optical-illusion/ If your optical illusion sees a straight line, you’re an eagle’s eye – squint until your head hurts