- The illusion contains 12 distinctly placed black dots one has to spot
- It has been created by Jacques Ninio and Kent A Stevens
- It was posted on Facebook by psychology professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka
Unlike other puzzles that expect you to find something, this illusion tells you exactly what you should be seeing. Created by Jacques Ninio and Kent A Stevens, the illusion comprises a sort of mesh. It also contains distinctly placed black dots, 12 in number, and all you have to do is spot all 12 at once. But can you?
The picture was posted on Facebook by psychology professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka on September 11 and has since been shared over 22,600 times. The image even made it to Twitter on September 12 and has been retweeted over 33,600 times and has more than 32,000 'likes.'
Give it a try and tell us if you managed to spot all 12 dots at first glance.
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