Optical Illusion Challenge: Stop the Moving Image

Can You Prevent This Image from Moving?

Optical illusions trick your brain into perceiving motion where there is none.

This swirling vortex of purple and yellow seems to move, but it's actually static.

The illusion occurs because of how your brain processes color, light, and patterns, leading to an incorrect sense of movement.

To test this, focus on the center of the image.

Optical illusions offer a glimpse into how our brains function, providing a fascinating insight into cognition.

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