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Everyone's a sucker for an optical illusion which "reveals" something about them – no matter how sceptical they are.
In recent months, illusions have dramatically risen in popularity, though they aren't a new concept. In fact, they've been spanning the globe for centuries, with depths of theories (especially amongst ancient Greeks) as to why the world interprets them differently.
Plato described them as our minds playing tricks on us, while Greek philosopher Epicharmus argued our senses betray us when viewing optical illusions. A third, Protagoras, believed that optical illusions depended on the environment in which they were considered rather than our senses.
Flash-forward to 2022 and they're still a thing.
A new set of viral optical illusions have been making the rounds on social media that apparently lift the lid on your mental stability and how you see the world.