This great little illusion makes it look as if the two circles are rotating as you move your head towards and away from the image, whilst looking at the black dot in the middle.
This is a spiral -or is it?! The way the boxes are positioned here make this look like it is a spiral, but it is in fact many tilted boxes in a circle which fools your mind into thinking that this is a spiral!
The famous Cafe Wall illusion makes the straight parallel lines that divide the staggered black and white blocks seem to be curved or sloped. There have even been attempts to copy this in architecture – one notable example is a large structure in the Melbourne Docklands.
The black dot illusion – try to count the amount of black dots in the image.
The cube illusion – try to figure out whether the blue side is at the back of the cube, or in the front side!
The Ebbinghaus Illusion – this is an illusion of relative size. The inner circles are the same size, but one appears larger than the other due to its surroundings. Its all about perception!
Lady or Musician
What do you see here – a Jazz Musician or a lady?
Brilliant illusion – fix your eyes on the cross in the centre. The watch as a green dot seems to rotate around the circle, which is the first illusion here. Then as you keep your eyes fixed you will notice the purple dots start to disappear. To get them back simply tilt your head slightly and they will reappear!
Do you see the old woman in the image or the young lady? Look again…!
Look at the inner circle – although the image is static, due to its surroundings our vision perceives this as a vibrating image.