In seconds, extremely attentive eyes can discern the number among optical illusions. 

When it comes to shapes, sizes, and colors, these captivating creations frequently take advantage of the brain's tendency to make assumptions about these things.  

Optical illusions are created by manipulating lines, shading, and spatial relationships in such  

a way as to produce the illusion of movement, distortion, or concealed features. 

One of the most well-known examples is the Penrose Triangle, which is an impossible figure  

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that confuses viewers due to the fact that its construction appears to include contradictions. 

A sense of amazement and curiosity is evoked in viewers as they interact with optical illusions 

because their brains are forced to deal with visual information that is in contradiction with one another. 

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