Ten-second optical illusion will have you seeing things that aren't there

Ten-second optical illusion will have you seeing things that aren't there

This is fun - there is a tiny little countdown above the dot so you know your computer isn't just thinking - there will be a couple changes but at the end it will be interesting - Regina's hubby Wilson could explain it all, I'm sure

Colorful optical illusion. Stare at the red dot on her nose for thirty seconds, then look at a clear light colored wall

Colorful optical illusion. Stare at the red dot on her nose for thirty seconds, then look at a clear light colored wall

Our senses play tricks on us all the time. The problems happens when we start believing it to be real. | Optical Illusion

Our senses play tricks on us all the time. The problems happens when we start believing it to be real. | Optical Illusion

Self-taught artist uses her girlfriend's back and torso as a canvas to paint scarily realistic 3D optical illusions | Daily Mail Online

Self-taught artist uses her girlfriend's back and torso as a canvas to paint scarily realistic 3D optical illusions | Daily Mail Online

This is a simple illusion, but very cool nonetheless.

35 Insane Optical Illusions That Will Make You Question Your Sanity

The form of this is amazing... Its like an optical illusion. Espesialy the legs

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs exhibition in London

The form of this is amazing... Its like an optical illusion. Espesialy the legs

Antique turquoise painted antique mirror (sold), leaning against a tan brick wall -- Opium: The Art of Bohemian Living

Antique turquoise painted antique mirror (sold), leaning against a tan brick wall -- Opium: The Art of Bohemian Living

Bridget Riley.  Around 1960 she began to develop her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and produce a disorienting effect on the eye. Her works were said to induce sensations in viewers as varied as seasick and sky diving.

Bridget Riley. Around 1960 she began to develop her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and produce a disorienting effect on the eye. Her works were said to induce sensations in viewers as varied as seasick and sky diving.

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