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About Everything Wiki » Photography » Where's whose head? Unravel the secret of a new optical illusion

Where's whose head? Unravel the secret of a new optical illusion

20 Jan 2024, 00:03, parser
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Every day, the Internet is again arguing about some kind of optical or sound illusion that quickly captures social networks. This time, a photo became popular, in which it is unclear which head belongs to which body. Although if you look closely, everything falls into place.

At first i thought he was wearing the heels pic.twitter.com/GSqurm3AcE

— cj Fentroy (@Boom_likean808) May 24, 2018


The photo was first posted on Twitter by a user with the nickname @Boom_likean808, who wrote that "at first I thought he [the man] was wearing heels." At first glance at the photo, it may seem that the figure in a women's denim jacket and heels ends with a man's head and hugs a woman in a plaid shirt with rather large hands.

pic.twitter.com/2AiK0s6TqW

— bruh😪 (@joeyflaco1) May 27, 2018


However, if you look closely, it will immediately become clear that this effect is achieved due to the successful position of the girl's head, which covers the man's neck. And that's why it feels like it's too long and belongs to another body.

Twitter users even took several similar photos to clearly show what the catch is. Here is one of them:

we did it first @altmanjenna pic.twitter.com/tbBQqg6jVM

— Madi (@madi_altman) May 26, 2018

Previously, a sound illusion with the names Laurel and Yanni divided the Internet into two parts, although only the first sounded in the recording.

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