In an optical illusion known as "Troxler Fading", when an image with fuzzy colors is viewed for a long time, all colors disappear and a white background is formed.
Optical illusions are quite interesting events. Especially after experiencing the illusion, it is quite enjoyable to learn the scientific background and broaden the horizons. Let's take a look at Troxler Solms, one of the most interesting optical illusions.
First, set a point in this image and start looking at that point with no blurring.
If you have experienced the Illusion, let me give you a few details and give you a scientific explanation.
The Illusion was first described by Ignaz Paul Vital Troxler in 1804 and his name was taken from it.
When we first look at the visuals, we see that the signals belonging to many renegades are reaching us. These signals are transmitted to the brain and we perceive the colors. But as we continue to look at the picture, the brain is putting an instrument into action against these signals. This mechanism provides us with some kind of familiarity with these signals and ensures that we do not give our attention to it every time we see it for the first time. For example, if you live in a noisy place, after a while you realize that you are not used to the noise of the street. This is similar to him.
Optical illusion that causes you to see someone like you on the other side
In this image, the difference in contrast between the colors is very small, because the colors in the background are all so fast that they are rotating. Otherwise, it would be much more difficult to experience the illusion.