Our eyes are able to trick us into seeing what we might not be actually looking at. Remember the famous dress that half the Internet thought was black and blue, yet the other half would swear that it was really white and gold? So, this new illusion is on the way to be the next color confusing dress.
It looks like these 2 images of the same street were taken from various angles, right?
In fact, it turns out that both photos are the same image placed next to each other and the secret behind the brain confusion is basically based on an identical optical illusion that isn’t brand new.
This Café wall is a geometric illusion that acquires black and white tiles to make it look as if the parallel lines between the tiles are slanting.
The tile design originally was called Kindergarten Illusion at the start of the 20th century, yet when it was rediscovered by Richard Gregory in 1973, it was renamed.
The illusion has earned the current name after one of the members of Gregory’s lab team found a series of wall tiles forming the famous pattern that now exists at a local cafe.
We seriously need an eye-break.