Our eyes are amazing feats of nature, and so are our brains. Sometimes though visual images can trick the brain into thinking it's looking at something it's not!
These dots seem to change color and orbit the center. But focus your eyes on a single dot - there's no rotating or color change at all.
Stare at the yellow dot. Then, move your head closer to the screen and the pink rings will rotate.
The "Ames Room" illusion messes with our depth perception and is created by slanting the back wall of the room towards the camera and the ceiling downwards.
Slowly move your head towards image and the light in the middle will get brighter. Move your head away and the light will become weaker.
These yellow and blue blocks appear to move one after the other, right?
When the black bars are removed, you’ll see that they’re always parallel and that the black bars are distorting your brain’s perception of movement.