Optical illusions: Do you find it surprising that an image is seen differently by two different people? The answer to this would be that the level of perception differs from person to person.
Optical illusions play tricks on how the brain interprets information and make us see things in a different light than they really are.
There are three types of optical illusions that are literal. Physiological and cognitive illusions.
In addition to being a source of entertainment, optical illusions are good subjects for scientific study as they are used by scientists to understand how our brains work.
Ready to test your observation skills with a quick challenge?
Let’s get to the point.
Optical illusions – Find the dog in the forest in 15 seconds
The image shared above shows a forest scene on a sunny morning. There is a dog walking in this forest. You must find the dog within 15 seconds to complete the challenge.
Look carefully at the picture and you can solve it easily.
The goal of such an optical illusion challenge is to improve your observation skills.
Did you find the dog?
People who have regular experience solving optical illusions will be the first to take up the challenge.
Although it is not necessary that only ordinary puzzles can be solved faster, even a person with exceptional powers of observation and very little experience can solve such problems.
Time is running out and will soon be over.
How many of you have seen the dog so far?
If you can’t see the dog, focus on the image again and you have your answer.
We think some of you have already seen the dog.
Some of you are still looking for the dog.
Do you want to know where the dog is?
Keep scrolling below to find the solution.