If you look closely enough in the six seconds, you might be able to see the dog hiding in the cave.

Our brains perceive optical illusions as visually misleading occurrences. 

Through deceitful means, they can conjure up imagined images or make us believe they are perceiving things that are not actually there.  

People in the past would talk about optical illusions like witchcraft, ghosts, or specters.  

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On the other hand, research has shown that our minds deceive us through the variety of multiple viewpoints.   

Optical illusions have a long history of being a tool for researchers interested in the boundaries of human perception and cognition.  

As a continual reminder of the intricate workings of our own minds, 

they never fail to astound and perplex us. What is hidden from view will be made visible.  

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