THIS mind-blowing optical illusion will prove you have the eyes of a hawk, but only if you can spot all sevens hidden in the image.
TikTok star Hectic Nick shared a riddle with his more than 3 million followers on social media and revealed that only one percent of the participants were able to solve it.
Only eagle-eyed people can see all seven in this image. How many can you see? Credit: TikTok/Stirred Nick
Most people who come across an optical illusion are immediately amazed.
The post received thousands of comments as everyone speculated on the solution.
Some people believe there were 17, while others thought there were as many as 28.
Wearing his signature leather jacket and mirrored sunglasses, Nick sat in front of the camera and pointed to a picture above his head, challenging everyone to guess, but he didn’t say what the answer was.
How many weeks are you looking at?
“I found 1 right away and ended up with 17,” one viewer wrote.
Another wrote: “28 if you count the ones that don’t close and the beginning of each line.”
And the third said: “No, it’s 19.”
If you’re a fan of optical illusions, you might want to try this one: can you see where the giraffe is in this picture?
The puzzle shows a dense canopy of trees with intertwining branches, apparently too narrow to hide a tall giraffe.
But somewhere in the image, there really is a giraffe hiding in plain sight, and you might have 20/20 vision if you see it.
It’s important to look at the big picture when it comes to optical illusions, but don’t forget: the devil is in the details.
If that was too easy for you, see if you can spot the hidden optical illusion hidden in the Phoenix Suns jersey.
It’s not something you’ll get right away, but it’s smart if you can spot it quickly.
Fans recently took notice on social media, despite rooting for the team for years.
This puzzle is definitely worth a try.
Social media is buzzing about this tricky optical illusion that requires participants to spot all the triangles.
The black and white image leaves viewers with their hands on their heads as they try to solve the puzzle.
The image consists of several triangles – much more than it seems to the viewer at first glance.