What is an optical illusion?
Optical illusion, also called visual illusion, is a type of illusion caused by the visual system as a part of visual perception. They are characterized by a visual perception that deviates from reality. Simply put, optical illusion is a type of illusion where we are unable to clearly perceive the scene or image that we saw through our eyes. We misinterpret the image or scene or are easily fooled.
This picture with a girl has another hidden face. Can you find out where it is?
Optical illusions are things that fool us or easily perceive when we see an image or scene with our eyes. Since it’s a bit difficult, people like to explore other optical illusions. Optical illusions always arouse people’s curiosity. Exploring the optical illusion not only arouses curiosity and interest, but also improves brain and eye efficiency through the development of observation skills. People searched the internet for optical illusions to keep their brains busy with more productive tasks. One such task is this picture with a girl who has another hidden face in her. Can you find out where it is?
Explaining the hidden face optical illusion
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This picture with a girl has another hidden face. Can you tell where it is from the image above? The image above captured a girl. When viewed normally, the image simply shows a girl standing in a lake near a tree. However, what makes the image unique is that it contains a hidden face. Yes, there is a hidden face in the picture. This picture with a girl has another hidden face. Can you find out where it is?
Hidden face optical illusion solution
Did you find the hidden face in the picture? If so, congratulations. If not, don’t fret. We give a hint. Do not view separately. Look at the whole picture. Ok, now try again by looking closely at the image above. If you are still having trouble identifying the face in the image, refer to the image below to find the hidden face location.
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