In front of you is another optical illusion that interested users of the network. The essence of these pictures is that if you concentrate on a point or a cross in the center, then after a few seconds you will cease to see the surrounding colors. In this case, the colors will return again if you turn your eyes away. Let’s check how this effect works, and then find out what it’s conditioned.
The existence of this effect in 1804, declared the philosopher Ignaz Paul Vitalis Troxler (Ignaz Paul Vital Troxler). According to professor of psychology at Queensland University Derek Arnold, the color picture disappears because the human brain stops paying attention to visual images that do not change. This is also called a neural adaptation and you can see the disappearance of flowers only with the intentional concentration of a glance.