The TikTok video stunned viewers after it appeared to change color after less than a minute
After focusing on the center of the image, the user claims that the squares change color less than a minute later, making the viewer feel like they’ve gone color blind.
What colors do you see?
At first glance, the illusion shows four different colored squares connected to each other.
From left to right, the colors are blue, green, red, and yellow.
However, after about 50 seconds of looking closely at the center of the image, all four colors should change completely, the TikToker claims.
In the clip, the user known as Seany says, “I’m going to make you colorblind and if you don’t believe me then give it a try.
“The screen should show a square image with four different colors.
“I want you to stare straight into the center of this picture and not take your eyes off it – try not to blink.
“What’s going to happen is you keep staring at the center, keep focusing and focusing on that image, and then in a few seconds the colors will change. And then slowly the colors turn to black and white.”
The video creator then counts down from three and clicks their numbers, and the image on the screen changes color.
He adds: “Now it should look like a really weird color and slowly fade to black and white.
“You should be feeling color blind by now.”
Some confused viewers said they struggled to make out black and white, while others said they saw pastel colors instead.
One user wrote: “Am I the only one who sees pastels?”.
A second said: “I’ve seen the pastels and I haven’t seen black or white lol”.
“Nah fam it when from a rainbow to a white square,” said a third.
“I saw pastels, then I saw white and then it went black,” added another.
Meanwhile, other users said the trick worked and they saw the squares appear black and white.
One user wrote: “Oh my god am I color blind this is so cool”.
“Woah, it worked,” said another.
A third added: “Yeah yeah it works”.
How many numbers do you see?
The image reportedly contains 10 hidden numbers in total, with the content creator challenging viewers to find them all in the six-second clip.
The video claims that only 0.1% of viewers can successfully identify all 10.