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2020-10-30T22:21:00.805Z

Before you rush to answer this question, maybe you should take another look at the pictures in front of you and try to understand - where is the trick? Hint: Reality is in the eye of the beholder



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The eye lies again: What color are the pills in the picture?

Before you rush to answer this question, maybe you should take another look at the pictures in front of you and try to understand - where is the trick?

Hint: Reality is in the eye of the beholder

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The explanation for the incredible optical illusion that confused the entire network


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Since the dress that divided humanity in two (blue and black !!!), quite a few optical illusions have emerged on the net that do the same job and just lie in our eyes.



Let's start with the picture of the balls above.

What colors are they?

What colors are the balls?

(Facebook screenshot)

And your answer is

  • Red and blue

  • gray

1318 participants

If you answered red and blue then you are wrong!

Both are gray.

Completely gray (Credit: Facebook)

According to a report by mashable, a Facebook subsidiary called Occulus that specializes in virtual reality, has produced a series of optical illusions designed to prove to us how much what we see and think is reality is actually just "electrical signals interpreted by our brain".



"A virtual world that is done properly becomes realistic in the eye of the beholder," explained Michael Abrash, head of the company's research team.

During the lecture he used additional optical illusions to prove his point, like the following image.

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You answered us: What are the colors of the sides of the cube marked with arrows?

Official Facebook site via Mashable

And your answer is

  • gray

  • Yellow and blue

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If your answer is yellow and blue then you are wrong here too!

The answer is gray.

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"You assume something that seems clear to you - and then it turns out that you are wrong," Abrash said. "Illusions are the proof that it is possible to work on our brain and make it believe that unrealistic things are completely realistic."

Experts explain that the reason for the color change is related to the means of lighting in the picture.

Sounds logical - and it's still unclear how we fail to see reality even after we know what it is.



Here's another example

Does it seem crooked to you?

(Credit: Facebook)

And your answer is

  • Yes

  • No

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Look at the lines on the chessboard.

They look completely crooked to you, right?

So this is - that they are actually straight as a bar.

These are the little dots in the corners of the squares that confuse our minds.

Same picture only without the little dots that manage to do the trick (Credit: Facebook via Mashable)

The next section presents these illusions and others and good ones, while the one that surprised us the most appears at the end of the video, (move to 4:12) where we see a woman repeating the words "Bar" and "Far", when in fact what she really says is just The word "Bar" and it is actually her mouth movement that distorted our hearing completely.

Hallucinatory.

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