Mind-bending optical illusion makes it look like your ceiling is moving – so does it work for you?

OPTICAL illusions are abundant on TikTok.

There’s nothing cooler than tricking your mind into thinking it sees something that isn’t really there.

A man named Evan, who goes by @thecardguy on TikTok, has gained fame and popularity on social media thanks to his magic trick and illusion clips.

He currently has a following of over 16.5 million users.

Posting to TikTok, he shared an optical illusion that may make you dizzy.

“I can make your ceiling look like it’s moving.


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“I know it sounds weird but stare at the dot in the middle of your screen and don’t take your eyes off it it whatever you do,” he said.

The green dot was surrounded by black and white stripes that looked as if they were growing and shrinking.

“In a little bit I’m going to ask you to look up. Not yet.

“And when you look up your ceiling is going to look like it’s moving.”

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The card guy said you shouldn’t be scared if the ceiling even looks like it’s contracting, as that’s to be expected.

“It’s gonna be crazy,” he said.

“If it works let me know because that is insane.”

After about 30 seconds, he counted down five seconds and told viewers to look up at the ceiling.

“Does it look like its moving? Like I said, let me know and send this to someone who should try it.”

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For me at least, the illusion definitely did it’s job and my ceiling was moving in and out for a few seconds.

Try it out and see for yourself.

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