Test your attention IQ: Find the misplaced wallet in just 11 seconds—only 1% succeed!

Research shows that our brains can interpret different images and perspectives, often challenged by optical illusions that trick our perception.

Optical illusions come in various types, such as physical, physiological, and cognitive, fooling our brains and giving us insight into how visual perception works.

Solving puzzles, a tradition dating back to Babylonian times, can improve attention and concentration.

Originally created as a children’s puzzle, the image shows a restaurant scene with a man realizing his wallet is missing, unbeknownst to the diners, causing suspicion from the waiter.

Take a close look at the image to find the hidden wallet within the restaurant.