Color Adapting Category
At first glaze you’ll probably see some different color stripes in this pic. You’ll see pink, blue, orange, green. Better look closer. Actually, the GREEN and the BLUE are of the same shade! If you bring your head closer to the screen, you’ll see that the green/blue stripes actually go across the entire image. This […]
Do you find that black spots appearing? How many black dots can you count? This illusion is a classical one and originally discovered by Elke Lingelbach.
See a new color you’ve never seen before!!…Well… at least never before on your monitor. It’s a startling example of how poor the green/cyan element is on TVs and monitors generally. The colour you are about to witness is actually true Cyan … a colour that is heavily diluted on the vast optical illusions 10 […]
How many shades of green do you see in the picture above. Would you believe there is only one?
This Optical Illusion is really neat. Stare at the black dot for 30 seconds, and you’ll see the haze start to disappear.
The squares marked A and B are the same shade of gray, yet they appear different. Read inside this article to get proof and explanation why this illusion occurred. Proof: By joining the squares marked A and B with two vertical stripes of the same shade of gray, it becomes apparent that both squares are […]
If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, you will only see one color – pink. If you stare at the black + in the center, the moving dot turns to green. Now, concentrate on the black + in the center of the picture. After a short period of time, all the […]