Kids Optical Illusions - Page 2
» A collection of Kids Optical Illusions
What do you see in the illusion below? A horse only? or a frog only? Mostly people see horse but if you see it with concentration, you can also see a frog 🙂
The creator of this picture is unknown, if anyone knows it please let us know.
This optical illusion was submitted by Markin.
Ant-like insects move in all directions in an illustration of the illusory motion variety.
This optical illusion was submitted by Mark Grenier.
So what do your see? The horizontal grey bar is made of two colors? Check again by covering the background and just seeing the grey bar.
The horizontal grey bar is of the same color throughout, you see the difference because of the difference in background. Amazing??
Do you see all these red-orange lines parallel/perpendicular to each other? If not see closely, all these lines are perfectly parallel/prependicular ( horizontal and vertical) but due to the background, they dont look so.
In 1939, psychologist William Orbison described the Orbison illusion. The inner square appears to be distorted due to the radiating lines. But actually its a perfect square.
In this illusion, one of the blue lines appear to be shorter than the other one. The left side one seems bigger but actually they both are of exactly the same length.
Check out those both black dots, do they look equal? Many people will feel that the dot on the right side is bigger but actually they both are of same size
So can you read what is written between these lines? If not just move your head away from the screen.
This optical illusion was submitted by Rebbeca.
The Hering illusion was discovered by Ewald Hering, a German physiologist in 1861. In this illusion, two red lines are parallel to each other but they don’t seem to due to the back lines. These red lines look like bulging out from the center but actually that distortion is due to overestimation of the angle made at the points of intersection.