The seemingly endless trend of online eye tests and optical illusions has plundered new depths.
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The newest sensation takes the form of an eye test - although we're not exactly sure the test created by Jack O'Neil has any scientific grounding.
An image is overlaid onto a red circle, but can you see what it is?
Take the test, below:
As you may have seen, it was a horse in the grass.
The test presumably tests our ability to perceive and differentiate between hues of red, meaning that people with protanopia, or red-colour blindness, would have difficulty with the test which only slightly varies in hue.
We've decided to expand on this clearly winning format, with a test of our own.
See if you can see the images in the red circles below and let us know how you get on in the comments: