New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Optical illusions can make your brain go into a lot of confusion. It requires immense attention and a deep understanding to understand an illusion.

Recently, a video of an ‘arrow’ that can't point towards left is going viral on the internet which is leaving the viewers in complete confusion.

A video of the deceptively simple-looking 3D arrow has left the viewers wondering, as millions of people are trying to figure out why, despite being turned repeatedly, the arrow only points in one direction.

This arrow by mathematician and sculptor Kokichi Sugihara can't point left. Here's how it works: It's 3D-printed with a bunch of curves our brains don't register.

According the reports, the 3D sculpture is the handiwork of Japanese mathematician and sculptor Kokichi Sugihara.

Since the video was shared online four days ago, it has collected over 2.7 million views on Twitter alone, along with thousands of comments and 'retweets'.

The reactions on the video are even more interesting and hilarious, check out some responses from the twiterrati;


According to the Twitter user who shared the video online, the arrow was 3D printed with curves that our brains don't register, which is why it seems to never point left.

Posted By: Talib Khan