It’s been a while since we’ve had a Barrack Obama optical illusion on here. And we wouldn’t want to leave him out. After all, he is the president…
Well, hello Mr. President! But, wait! Who do you really see—President Obama or president Lincoln?
If you see President Obama, congratulations—you’re not shortsighted! People with normal vision and those that are farsighted are able to focus on the details and lines in this image, which make President Obama’s face. If you wear glasses for nearsightedness, take them off and look again. You should see President Lincoln.
If you have normal vision, try moving back from the monitor to see Abraham Lincoln. As we get farther away from objects, it gets harder to make out fine details like lines, and it’s much easier to focus on the blurred background that makes President Lincoln.
This Obama optical illusion will once again turn to President Lincoln if you resize this image so it’s super small. As the image gets smaller, it once again gets very difficult to make out the fine details like lines. Don’t believe me? Here’s the same image, only much smaller…
But, what if you saw President Lincoln first in this Obama optical illusion? May I suggest a trip to your eye doctor?
What did you think of today’s Obama optical illusion? Did it trick you? If you liked this one, make sure you check out the Einstein-Monroe optical illusion!