Tue. Sep 21st, 2021
hides several circles

Look closely at the image that appears at the head of this news. Sure you have no problem seeing the rectangles, but can you see the circles? If you like optical illusions, pay attention to the image that accompanies this article, because it has a trick.

At first glance, it is very easy to identify the rectangles that compose it, and surely you have not had any problem recognizing them. But what if we tell you that this optical illusion also hides several circles? In this case, things get complicated.

Some people can find them more easily than others, but in most cases you need to look at the image for a long time to find them. And don’t think it’s a trick to make you think: in total there are 16 circles waiting for you to find them. At the end of this article we are going to leave you the solution , so focus on the image to see if you can locate them and do not continue reading until you see the circles or give up.

This image, as explained by Men’s Health , goes viral from time to time, and every time it surprises those who still do not know it. It is about Coffer’s illusion, an optical illusion created by psychologist Anthony Norcia, who was a finalist in the Contest for Best Optical Illusion of the Year in 2006 .

Its name refers to the rectangular decorative moldings that we can see on doors, friezes or ceilings. Norcia explains that illusion involves ambiguous stimuli with more than one interpretation, bombarding the individual’s visual system with information that can be resolved in different ways.

What happens is that, since in the image the lines and angles of the rectangles are more marked than the outlines of the circles, it is easier for our brain to identify the shapes of the rectangles than to see the circles.

It is something similar to what happens to us with the Rubin Cup , one of the most famous optical illusions of all time (you can see it on these lines). The image offers two interpretations for our brain, which identifies one shape with the naked eye and has to work harder to discover the second.

Solution, where are the circles?
If after trying for a while you have not managed to find the circles, in this image you can see four of them marked. This will make it very easy for you to find the 16 in total.

By Dave Johnson

Dave Johnson is a contributing writer for Plainsmen Post. He has been writing online content for five years. Across various publications, Dave has written about science, politics, and technology. Outside of writing, he is a fan of music and movies.

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