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Perception Puzzles

Updated on May 17, 2010

Confuse your mind a little...

Our mind sometimes refuses to believe the things it sees. The result - a whole lot of confusion! Want to confuse your brain a little? Ok maybe not a little, a helluva lot maybe? Try looking at these pictures and you'll surely know what I am talking about! I will be adding more as soon as I come across them, so make sure to bookmark this page!

Have fun!

Perception Puzzles

     Is the colour on the upper part of the X and the lower part of the X - same ?               Apparently, they are!
Is the colour on the upper part of the X and the lower part of the X - same ? Apparently, they are!
These lines are actually parallel to each other! Difficult to believe right ? It's called the Zllner illusion.
These lines are actually parallel to each other! Difficult to believe right ? It's called the Zllner illusion.
Nope nope! No gray spots at all at the corners of the squares!
Nope nope! No gray spots at all at the corners of the squares!
How can you get to B from A ? Yes - in two ways! Either use the stairs or use the plane path. Is this possible in real life ?
How can you get to B from A ? Yes - in two ways! Either use the stairs or use the plane path. Is this possible in real life ?
These rows of squares are also parallel to each other but the zig zag lines make you think otherwise!
These rows of squares are also parallel to each other but the zig zag lines make you think otherwise!
No, the image is not moving! Seriously!
No, the image is not moving! Seriously!
The circles look distorted because of the black and white patterns on them!
The circles look distorted because of the black and white patterns on them!
The leaning tower of Pisa on the right seems to lean more towards the right. But the truth is -- both the images are identical!
The leaning tower of Pisa on the right seems to lean more towards the right. But the truth is -- both the images are identical!
Try to read out aloud the color of each word. Quite difficult huh?
Try to read out aloud the color of each word. Quite difficult huh?

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      roger 6 years ago

      not possible the stairs are at the same level obvious

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      sameer 6 years ago

      wowww

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      rajesh 6 years ago

      I enjoyed all these in my childhood.......:-))

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      Cagsil 7 years ago from USA or America

      This is not the first time that I've seen things like that and believe it or not, I was able to distinguish what you were saying. Even the one that appears to be moving but isn't actually moving. LOL! :) This is a pretty cool hub. Thank you for sharing. :)

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      7 years ago

      How come the circle does not move like it's suppose to

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      Hannah 7 years ago

      Wow!! the one about the moving one is soooooo cool but if u focus on one it wont move but it looks like all the other ones are!!!111

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      Nyesha  8 years ago

      YOOO -- The Onee Aboutt The Ciircles Moviinqq iis CRAZYY!!

      ii Culd OF Sworn They Were Moviinn

      How The Hell Do Ppl iinvent These Thiinqqss ??

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