Mind-boggling Coke optical illusion leaves viewers stunned as the color of the can ISN'T red

THIS mind-blowing video of an optical illusion will make you see red.

In a short video of a seemingly red-colored can of Coca-Cola, one TikToker will make you question everything when he reveals that there is no red in the video at all.

British radio presenter Dean Jackson posts "sketchy stuff of fascination, fun and puzzlement," according to his TikTok bio.

He explains in this surprising viral video that when grey is surrounded by a specific color like the filter in the video, it makes your brain susceptible to interpreting it as red.

He adds that knowing the standard color of a can of Coke might "exaggerate this further."

The video has shocked his audience with over 63thousand views on the app.

"There is red lol my eyes don't lie," one viewer commented on the video.

"LOL," Dean responded under his TikTok username beatonthebeeb.

"I know what you mean!"

Other viewers are seeing both red and gray: "How come I see half the can as red and half as grey/black" one comment asked.

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This isn't the first time that Dean has stumped fans with a mind-blowing video – a few videos on his page even have over 2million views.

In another video using the red-distorting filter, Dean says that the trick comes from "your brain working overtime convincing you of the red."

Optical illusions are created when your brain and your eyes misinterpret one another, according to Queensland Brain Institute.

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