Optical illusions deceive the eye. Everyone sees something different in them. Netizens are debating whether they are seeing red or blue in the newest optical illusion to go viral.
Some people can see red and blue from a greater distance than others, while others can't tell the difference in their depths.
Some people see a red outline in this optical illusion, while others see a blue outline.
Tom Stafford, a cognitive scientist, produced the picture. Tom said to Mind Hacks, "Individual perceptions of the effect varied significantly. People also differ in terms of which hue appears to be closer."
"For most individuals, it's red," he said, "with blue appearing deeper or further away."
"Chromostereopic illusions are actual stereo illusions," Tom continued.
It implies that you'll have to examine this optical illusion with both eyes to reach your own opinion. Closing one eye may eliminate the impact.