An artist shared the latest series of animated optical illusions on YouTube Monday, showing you how to trick the brain in different ways.
YouTube user â€śBrusspupâ€ť has gained a large online following with the optical illusions posted to his channel, according to The Blaze.
In this new video below, illusions include rotating cogs, checkered hall with light and dark squares, a flying superhero, and a walking Tyrannosaurus rex, which even Brusspupâ€™s cat, Hyder, thought was real.
The lines in the transparent sheet create movement when moved over the image, Sploid notes.
The best part about each optical illusion video is that Brusspup provides links for the images seen in the video, so you can print out them out and try the animations yourself.
According to the video description: â€śYou'll have to print the template onto a transparency. If you have an ink jet printer you have to use a special transparency made specifically for ink jet printers. When you print the images and the template make sure to print them all at the same size if any of the sizes change the effect will not work.â€ť