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By on April 16, 2014, with 9 Comments

How are all of you doing out there today? I’m back with a new optical illusion for all of you today, but I have to admit that I’m a little bit surprised. You see, yesterday, during the day, I look outside and I see snow falling down. Now, how is this possible while I’m sitting inside with a sunburn, because the temperature over the weekend was 80 degrees? Wow, that’s some crazy stuff. Did it snow where you’re at?

I have an optical illusion today that is definitely going to trip you out. As a matter of fact, you’re probably not going to believe me on this one, but it’s 100% the truth. Check out the illusion below and then I am going to blow your mind with what I’m going to tell you.

Same Color Optical Illusion

Now, you’re probably think that this is a really cool and trippy image to look at; which it is. However, you’re probably wondering why I said this illusion will blow your mind.

The green and blue swirls in this image are exactly the same color. If you don’t believe me, you can open up Adobe Photoshop and test it for yourself. It’s amazing, but it’s totally true.

Want another optical illusion that will make you think? Have a look at this ticket window optical illusion.

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9 Responses
  1. Nice says:

    Well done today! You are dead right. They are the same color and I’m blown away.

  2. Dave says:

    I had to do what you suggested (open in photoshop) and you are right, the colors are the same!

  3. sweet says:

    This is bada** sadly I don’t have photoshop, but I’ll take your word for it. If I get closer, I can see that the blue is actually green.

  4. Aveesh says:

    Hi,

    This was awesome. to test out digitally – without Adobo Photoshop – save the image to your computer. Open/Edit in Paint (Windows) or GIMP on Ubuntu/Linux.
    1 – Zoom In – at 300%-400% the blue appears much closer to the green

    2. – Use the Color Picker tool (dropper) to choose first the blue, choose the brush/text tool to paint/write with a thick brush. Next pick the green color with the color dropper and then choose the brush/text tool to write something next to the first to see it for yourself…

    Cheers – way to go!! Thx

  5. Mitchell Silverman says:

    you can also confirm this by isolating a stripe by covering surrounding stripes with curved paper.

  6. Jade says:

    I was also a nonbeliever and I did use PS to see if it was true. After removing the other colors it the green and cyan colors became a greenish blue turqouise color. It might also be possible to make it a double illusion so that the magenta color looks different.

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