Have you seen any optical illusion before?
We all know that these illusions are arranged precisely so that they can trick our highly organized brains to see something different which will make us wonder how it happened.
The optical illusions are a good way to train ourselves to think critically and to not believe everything we see. But it is much better if we can figure out how they work just like many scientists do.
Surprisingly, there is one optical illusion that is puzzling scientists. They don’t know why we’re seeing this phenomenon.
In the picture below, what do you see? Is it curved lines or zigzags? Or maybe a combination of both?
What if we tell you that they are all curved lines? Don’t worry, you are not alone. We all see the same thing.
Experts say that the cause of this phenomenon is the “impaired curvature detection” in our eyes.
“In the present study, the change of luminance contrast resulted in the percepts of segmentation, which would disrupt the curvature detection,” Takashi the expert explains.
However, he is not entirely sure why our brains can’t process this information.
Share this illusion with your friends and families to get their reactions.