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OffbeatThis optical illusion shows traffic seemingly disappearing off a bridge, and the internet can’t figure it out

12:17  03 july  2019
12:17  03 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Optical illusions are everywhere, and the internet is rife with examples of images and videos people couldn' t quite figure out on first sight. Twitter user @DannyDutch posted a video of cars seemingly disappearing as they drive off of a bridge . Here's the video in question

Optical illusions often go viral on social media, leaving netizens confused and eager to figure out what is happening. The latest optical illusion that has gone viral online is a very confusing video that shows cars on a bridge seemingly disappear as they drive towards a river.

This optical illusion shows traffic seemingly disappearing off a bridge, and the internet can’t figure it out© ChameleonsEye/Shutterstock

Optical illusions are everywhere, and the internet is rife with examples of images and videos people couldn't quite figure out on first sight. On Saturday, a Twitter user introduced another real-world video that confused the masses.

Twitter user @DannyDutch posted a video of cars seemingly disappearing as they drive off of a bridge. Here's the video in question:

"Yes," wrote @DannyDutch, "the traffic just disappears." Of course, people were confused. In attempting to understand what, exactly, they were seeing, Twitter users hypothesized the traffic was finding its way into the world of Harry Potter.

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Optical illusion shows traffic seemingly disappearing off a bridge , internet can ’ t figure it out . Later in the day, a few people managed to explain what was actually happening in the video. A Twitter user explained that the bridge in question was not actually a bridge but a regular road.

An optical illusion , as one might say, is to trick the brain in believing things that are next to impossible. Sometimes it is the creative artwork that leaves us perplexed, but often it can be spotted unfolding in The video shared by a Twitter user shows vehicles seemingly disappear as they drive towards a river.

Others assumed the traffic was finding its way into another dimension or universe.

Others were simply confused.

Ultimately, Twitter figured out that the bridge in question was not a bridge at all. The "bridge" is a normal road, and what looks like a river below is actually the roof of a parking lot these cars were driving into - the video was shot from above.

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