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Your eyes can paint colours onto blank objects. I swear! Just stare at the red dot in the optical illusion above for 10 seconds and you’ll see the black and white cityscape be transformed into a brand new colourful world. Each building will have its own nuanced colour. Magic!
As far as tyrannosaurus rex replicas go, this one seems pretty cheery. Sure, it has sharp teeth and claws but they look playfully toothy. One thing scary about it though: the head and eyes seems to follow you wherever you go. Like the paper T-Rex is watching your every move. What’s scarier? It’s not actually moving. How is this possible?
In this illusion, a toy car seemingly appears from no where. How is that possible? Well, the car was always there. Really. It’s a simple but masterful trick, the toy car is programmed to travel along a designated route while the red cards are shown off as a distraction. As one card is shown to reveal nothing behind it, the other card is covering the moving toy car. What you’re seeing is what you’re allowed to see.
On first glance, you probably thought these images were four different pictures stitched together with Pic Stitch for Instagram or something. I don’t blame you, it looks like a perfect windowpane. But what’s crazy is if you look closer, these four images are actually just one single photograph. What.
Sometimes when the music is really good and the sound is really loud and the pill is really potent, you can see what you hear. But that’s just brain tricks. This, however, is real and mesmerizing. Watch how different audio frequencies can create mind blowing visual patterns. It’s a kaleidoscope of sound.