By Jon Corrigan

By: Jon Corrigan

Researchers from the University of New South Wales in Australia claim the video above can induce visual hallucinations without the use of drugs.

Lead researcher Joel Pearson explains:

We have known for more than 100 years that flickering light can cause almost anyone to experience a hallucination.

However, the unpredictability, complexity and personal nature of these hallucinations make them difficult to measure scientifically.

The video apparently triggered nearly 100 healthy students to see non-existent pale grey blobs.

Did it work on you?

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