Optical Illusion: Can you find the hidden queen in 11 Seconds?
Optical Illusion: There are three types of optical illusions namely literal, physiological and cognitive illusions. Optical illusions are great at tricking your brain.
Apart from the entertainment factor, optical illusions are great resources for scientific research. Scientists use optical illusions to understand the workings of the brain.
Optical illusions have become popular in the last decade or so, and due to the penetration of the Internet among the masses, the popularity of optical illusions has risen significantly.
Optical illusions are also great for improving your observation skills.
Here is one such optical illusion that will put your observation skills to the test.
Optical Illusion - Find the Hidden Queen in 11 Seconds
The above image shows a forest scene in which you can one gentleman doffing his hat to someone in the woods.
Who is the person doffing his hat to?
By the looks of the dress of the person, he looks like someone who is a part of the king's army, and the doffing of the hat is expressing salutation or respect to a person higher in stature.
As you can see from the title you need to find the hidden queen in 11 seconds.
So from this title, you can understand that the person to whom the hat is being doffed is the queen, but she is not visible at the first glance.
Your task is to find the hidden queen within 11 seconds.
It is an easy challenge and can be solved quickly by a person with good observation skills.
Did you spot the hidden queen?
Look carefully at the image and you can see the queen immediately.
Time is running out.
The objective of optical illusion is to trick your brain and make you confused.
And an individual with good observation skills will be able to locate the hidden queen faster than others.
Have you spotted the hidden queen yet?
Those who have spotted the queen have great observation skills, while those who are still searching for the solution need to look below for the solution.
The queen can be seen as an outline of the space between the two trees.