If mind-bending optical illusions make you feel funny, or sick it’s probably best you avoid watching.
To experience the hallucination, all you need to do is simply stare at the screen and let the patterns warp your brain.
In the video, there are red and white vertical stripes that appear and take up the entire screen that seem to be moving to the side with an olive green dot in the centre which viewers are told to stare at to make the illusion happen.
After intensely staring down your screen for around 1 minute and 15 seconds, viewers who then look away from their device will be able to temporarily experience "a full visual hallucination that slightly resembles an acid /LSD trip."
In the comments section, people who watched were certainly immersed as they described "entertaining," "amazing" and "incredible," so fair to say they're fans.
This optical illusion is possible due to confusion in communication between our eyes and our brain after intently viewing the moving lines in the video.
As a result, the information our eyes take in isn't sent to our brains straight away which means we can see things moving when in reality they are not.
If you're a fan of mind-bending hallucinations, then the YouTuber who created this clip
has plenty more of where that came from with a number of optical illusion videos on his channel.