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2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
If you like optical illusions, surely you have come across one or the other on Facebook, especially those made by cartoonists with supernatural talent on the ground in the streets, but this time the focus is on focuses on a simpler work. An optical illusion more than 100 years old has gone viral on Facebook, where we can see if we are paying attention, a duck or a rabbit.
Optical illusions have always been all the rage, but some have stood out for years due to their imagination. Impossible stairs or figures that, depending on how you look at them, you see one way or another. This has even given rise to games like Monument Valley, one of the most beautiful games in online app stores that plays with our perception.
An optical illusion from 100 years ago, viral on Facebook
The optical illusion we are going to talk about was born 100 years ago in a German humor magazine. In 1982 the popular drawing of the duck, or rabbit, depending on how you look at it, was created, which was used in psychology studies to help the study of the human mind.
Joseph Jastrow, a genius in psychology, used this optical illusion to demonstrate how parts of the brain behaved in the face of these types of challenges. He also developed the Jastrow Illusion, another of the most popular illusions in the world and one that has also attracted the attention of thousands of people over the years.
The truth is that this type of genius attracts a lot of attention and that is precisely what has made this drawing of a duck or a rabbit go viral, both in Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg's social network, as in thousands of publications throughout this century.
How about the optical illusion of the duck or the rabbit?