Optical illusions usually consist of visually perceived images that differ from objective reality. When viewing illusions your brain falls victim to the creator’s intentions. There are three basic categories that illusions fall into:
- Literal – these optical illusions create images that are different from the objects that make them.
- Physiological – illusions that appoint effects on your eyes/brain of excessive stimulation such as size, position, tilt, brightness, color, and movement.
- Cognitive – illusions that put out unconscious inferences.
Today we collected thirty engaging illusions from Moillusions.com. They provide daily illusions to test your mental sharpness. Enjoy!
Sunset Marilyn by Gianni Sarcone
Wonderful 3D Pencil Drawing
Optical Illusion Bookshelf
Optical Illusion: That’s my car
Game of Thrones’ Clever Newspaper Ad
Tiny Man Riding On Woman’s Back
Elephant Rock Formation Illusion
Apple’s Children Illusion by Dean Pellerzi
Strainer Shadow Optical Illusion
Eye See You!
Kishu Vase by Maya Selway
There’s an Owl in My Coffee!
Which One is In Front?