Scientists believe optical illusions are familiar objects that our minds work quickly to create a “whole” image from separate pieces because our brains are so good at recognising patterns and “seeing.” A human brain can look at things from various perspectives and make different decisions as a result. The image of a hidden Word PRIZE that must be found is one that perplexes the human mind.
This image was distributed as a puzzle for people of all ages. Only 2% of people were able to locate the word PRIZE in this image. Finding the Hidden Word PRIZE can be difficult, but with a little concentration, you can do it! Optical illusions are like walnuts for the brain; they sharpen its analytical abilities.
When we seek reality, our brains unconsciously try to meet our desires and expectations. In an optical illusion game, one may believe that a variety of objects match the object that one must find, causing confusion and causing the brain to try to differentiate between what is real and what appears real.