Optical illusions are a fun way to test your observation skills and stimulate your brain. These puzzles are quite difficult because of the way our brains are trained to fill in the blanks and perceive the perfect picture.
Have you seen the optical illusion that is spreading quite quickly on social media platforms? If not, here is a challenge for you that will confuse you.
This optical illusion is an image of a pile of pink candies and if you look closely, you can see Patrick Star of SpongeBob SquarePants hidden among them.
Did you know that Bill Fagerbakke, who voices Patrick Star in the popular animated series SpongeBob SquarePants, also plays Marshall’s father in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother?
Great isn’t it? Well, back to the challenge, you have 19 seconds to spot Patrick in this photo.
The way the candies are arranged creates the illusion. The pink-wrapped candies were arranged to perfectly camouflage Patrick.
There are several reasons why this optical illusion is so popular. First, it’s simply fun to watch. The arrangement of the candies was really clever, and it was fun to finally find Patrick’s face.
Can you do it? Set the timer and start hunting! All the best!
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Source: Instagram- Opticalilusions
Did you find Patrick?
Come on, it’s easy, give him a little more attention.
Okay, here’s the main trick, let’s try to detect the cartoon character’s hand.
Still not getting it?
Hurry up, time is running out!
3… 2… and 1!
Time has passed!
Have you found Patrick Star yet? Congratulations, if you find the character. Even if you don’t find Patrick, that’s okay because even the best puzzle solvers can have a hard time figuring it out.
You can try again without a timer. Just scroll to the top.
Here is the solution to the puzzle.
Find Patrick’s Hidden Star – Solution
Patrik hides very discreetly in the lower right corner.
Source: Instagram- optical illusion
Optical illusions like these can be fun and challenging, but they can also be educational. They can teach us how the brain works and how we see the world around us.
So the next time you see an optical illusion, spend a few minutes trying to figure it out. You may be surprised by what you learn.
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