Only 2% of persons who pay attention can find the word "dream" among a group of cream in only seven seconds!

By deceiving our eyes and testing our ability to make sense of visual data, optical illusions capture the mind. 

Optical illusions frequently take use of the brain's propensity to extrapolate and fill in blanks while processing visual information.  

Artists and psychologists use optical illusions to show how readily our senses can be tricked and to delve into the complexities of human perception. 

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In addition to being in awe of the craftsmanship that goes into the illusions, 

we learn a lot about the strengths and weaknesses of our eyes as we make our way through this world of optical paradoxes. 

Only 2% of persons paying attention can find the word "dream" in a sea of cream in only seven seconds—an optical illusion brain challenge! 

Only the most perceptive 2% of the population will be able to swiftly identify it in this psychological test. 

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