What is an optical illusion?
Optical illusion, also known as visual illusion, is a type of deception caused by the visual system as part of visual perception. They are characterized by a different visual perception of reality. Simply put, an optical illusion is a type of illusion in which we cannot clearly perceive a scene or image that we have seen with our eyes. We misinterpret the image or scene or are easily deceived.
Optical illusions are things we misinterpret or are easily fooled when we see an image or scene with our eyes. Because they’re a bit tricky, people like to explore other optical illusions. Optical illusions always arouse people’s curiosity. Exploring optical illusions not only arouses curiosity and interest, but also improves the efficiency of the brain and eyes by developing observation skills. People search the internet for optical illusions to fill their brains with more productive tasks. One such task is the Optical Illusion Challenge: Can you find the hidden bear in 12 seconds Optical Illusion?
Explanation for finding the hidden bear in this image
Optical Illusion Challenge: Can you find the hidden bear in 12 seconds in this optical illusion pictured above? Just look closely at the picture to find the hidden thing. If you are confused by the picture, the correct answer can be found in the solution below.
Most people are confused by this puzzle after seeing the illusion of the image we provide here. However, some people have been able to quickly identify the answer. Others, on the other hand, were unable to guess and answer correctly. This viral optical illusion is difficult to detect, so we have attached an image where we have added a common solution. Look at the image very carefully. Look on the right side of the picture and you will find a bear hidden there. If you can’t do that, don’t worry, we will help you with the solution image below.
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