A woman’s incredible optical illusion trick on TikTok has left viewers absolutely baffled on how she achieved it.
The amazing video starts with the magician clasping her right hand by putting her fingers through it.
She then starts letting go and clasping it again in time with the music.
But when she ups the speed it appears that one hand is disappearing into the other.
More than 9million people have seen the clip since it was posted to Twitter with the caption: “Here’s something trippy for your night lol.”
The amazing optical illusion is achieved by bending and straightening hands close together at high speed.
Yet, such was her success in pulling off the trick, some hilariously claimed she’d used “witchcraft”.
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Another baffled viewer asked: “What is happening here?”
And a third said: “Wow, what the f***.”
A third joked: "What in the witchcraft sorcery tarnation is going on here?
Others amazed users were desperate to learn the trick themselves.
It comes days after a creepy optical illusion of a young girl went viral.
The bizarre image of the girl left people scratching their heads over how her legs appeared.
Viewing the picture, one wrote: “Took me a while too. I was beginning to feel scared for the girl.”
And another optical illusion involving motion blindness went viral in October left people scratching their heads.
The trick was released by Lenstore, the masterminds behind a number of Pac-Man illusions.
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It is due to Troxler’s fading, a type of an illusion affecting visual perception.
When one fixates on a point for a short time, an unchanging stimulus away from the point will fade away and disappear.
You will find a great example of Troxler's fading when you look at this optical illusion as something very odd happens when you stare at it for 30 seconds .
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