They say that seeing is believing, but is that always the case? These 16 illusions may convince you otherwise!
The blue and green spirals in this image are actually the same color - green. In fact, there is no blue in this picture.
The brown and orange squares in the top image are actually the same color.
What color are squares A and B?
Surprise, they're the same!
The bottom square seems lighter than the top square, but if you hide the horizontal line between them, they're the same color.
These horses are the same color too.
Do you see a chessboard of black and white squares? The gray halves of both the black and the white squares are actually the same color, but gray can be seen as either black or white depending on the color next to it.
How many different shades of colors are in this picture, not including white? Just two, as it turns out - pink and green.
What color are these squares? Pink or green, nothing else.
That's just freaky. If you squint, it almost looks like one face with some football war paint under the eyes.
If you stare at the dot, the gray bar in the orange area turns blue.
The moving green dot in this image doesn't really exist, and if you focus on the cross, the pink dots will disappear.
Stare at the black dot when prompted, and the black and white image will appear colorful.
Stare at the dots in the center of this image for 30 seconds, then look up and blink repeatedly. What do you see?
There appear to be black spots at the intersection of each line - except the line you're focused on at the time. In truth, there are no spots.
Stare at the black dot for a few seconds and the gray background will start to disappear.
Stare into the center of this image and after a while, the colorful blurry shapes will fade away, leaving only white.
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H/T: Bright Side