We have collected a bunch of pictures that are going to break your mind. These amazing optical illusions will test your perceptions about the world. Some of these optical illusions are double images that prove that not everything is what it appears to be. Some might innocently change the way you look at color from now on – but others might truly boggle your brain. How many of these amazing optical illusions work for you?
The Bezold Effect
Wilhelm von Bezold, a German meteorologist, discovered this effect that shows the same red color appearing either lighter or darker depending on the color adjacent to it. The red on the left looks lighter than the white, but on the right, it looks darker when surrounded by black. It’s actually the same red.
The impossible trident, also known as a blivet, is an impossible object that appears to have three prongs but transforms into just two prongs at the fixed end. Looking from one end to the other can be disorienting. One of its first appearances was on the cover of MAD magazine in March 1965.