We have made over 10 changes to this picture. How many can you find? If you get stuck you can find the answers here
This a copy of a recent optical we posted called Hiding in the Pebbles, but we have added something to it. One of the stones is moving, very, very slowly. Can you spot which one.
I don't want to scare you but three young girls were murdered in this house but can you find them? Sleep tight tonight!
Hidden in the pattern below are two, regular five pointed stars, can you find them. Click on the picture for the answer
Here at Optical Spy we really love classic art (just have a look at our Tech Art Gallery). Today's illusion is of probably the most famous of them all, the Mona Lisa. You will spend ages finding all the hidden faces, animals and things.
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Here we have a lovely garden scene with two of man's best friends. One large dog and one small dog. They are so cute. But surely there is no illusion - of course there is - this is optical spy. Both dogs are exactly the same size!
This is one of those hidden picture pictures. The problem is that when I am making it, I obviously know who it is. This makes it difficult to figure out if it is easy or not. So give me some feedback please.
Clue - It is easier the further back you go.
This illusion comes under the category of 'Hidden Message' as there is one hidden in the picture, but can you see it? The best way is to stand back away from your screen, the further the better and all will be revealed.
We have produced a 'hidden message' in the optical below. Can you read it? The best way we found was to take our glasses off or get a bit further away from the screen. It will probably be one of those illusions that some people see easily and some won't see it at all.
This beautiful tree silhouette reminds us of the plains of Africa where the big cats roam.But why does it make us think of cats? Can you see the illusion?
Here we have what we call a 'hidden things' optical. The picture below is of lots and lots of old mobile phones ready for the scrapheap. Well, in this scrapheap we have hidden a number of old cars. Can you find them and how many are there? - Good luck.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a French painter, printmaker, draughtsman and illustrator whose immersion in the colourful and theatrical life of Paris in the late 1800s yielded a collection of exciting, elegant and provocative images of the modern and sometimes decadent life of those times. He painted many posters for the local dance halls.
This poster shows four dancers doing the famous 'can-can'. But hidden in the image are four onlookers, can can you spot them?
It's hard to believe that the tops of cubes A and B are both the same color. So we have animated cube A to prove it to you. Unfortunately your computer or device will need to be able to run Adobe's Flash to see it. Not all devices do.
Two hidden illusions of a tiger. The one above is our crude copy of an illusion that we a pretty sure you will have seen before. The one below is a little less obvious. Can you find what is hidden in the tigers face?
Here is a new take on an eye tricking motion illusion, but with a bit of a twist. We took an old favorite and added some hidden text - so see if you can spot it. Don't take too long as these type of illusions can give you headache, it certainly gave us one designing it.
Here is a new take on an old favorite. We have added a few more faces to the original. There are now seven faces hidden in the woods. Can you find them all? Click the picture to make it larger if you're having trouble.
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