Truth Behind Optical Illusion That Claims To Reveal How Stressed You Are

With a message explaining that if the image seems static to a viewer, it signifies they are calm, the optical illusion has gained widespread attention.

But if it moves at all, it signifies they are really worried. If it moves like a carousel, it means they are only somewhat stressed.

The Reality Behind the Optical Illusion That Suggests Stress Levels

Yurii Perepadia, an illustrator, was the one who came up with the optical illusion.

With a caption explaining that if the optical illusion seems stationary to a spectator, it signifies they are calm, the image has become very popular.

But if it moves at all, it signifies they are really worried. If it moves like a carousel, it means they are only somewhat stressed.

According to BBC, the image's creator was identified in the original post as Yamamoto Hashima, a Japanese professor of neurology.