Count the number of squares in the image above.
Click here for the answer.

If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, the dots will remain only one color, pink.

However, if you stare at the black "+" in the center, the moving dot turns to green.

Now, concentrate on the black
"+" in the center of the picture. After a short period, all the pink dots will slowly disappear, and you will only see only a single green dot rotating.

It's amazing how our brain works. There really is no green dot, and the pink ones really don't disappear. This should be proof enough, we don't always see what we think we see.

Some people see the yellow dots moving and some do not

Count the black dots! :o)

Are the Horizontal lines parallel or do they slope?

How many bars, 7 or 10? Count at the top and then at the bottom.

Click on each of the images below:

Moving 1      Moving 2

Moving 3      Spinning Illusion

None of these images are moving, 
your eyes are just playing tricks on you...

Can you see the baby?

Someone famous

Einstein & Marilyn
When you look at this picture,
you see its Albert Einstein.
But if you stand 15 feet away or squint, 
it will become Marilyn Monroe.

Your brain "develops" the negative....

  1. Stare at the red dot on the girl's nose for 30 seconds.

  2. Turn your eyes to a plain surface (a sheet of white paper)

  3. Blink repeatedly and quickly. How cool is that?

Wolf stereo
Can you see the hidden wolf?
Click on the thumbnail, then cross your eyes and stare...