An Experimental Psychologist Says There's A Portrait In This Image. Can You See It?
March 29, 2017
Akiyoshi Kitaoka, a Japanese experimental psychologist who studies visual illusions as well as makes illusion artworks, shared the following portrait on Twitter this week.
Looking at the image head-on, you most-likely only see black and white squares.
You can try looking at it from a distance, or at an angle.
But the trick that works best for most people is to look at the squares while scrolling up or down.
For those who still can't see it, someone "reverse-engineered" the image for you.
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