It's well known today that the susceptibility to optical illusions are influenced by the environment: multiple studies with the Müller-Lyer illusion conducted in Zambia proved this environmental influence.
By I wonder if there are some optical illusions that are universal among human.
The fact that animals (in particular birds and mammals) are subjects to optical illusions means that at least part of the illusions should be genetically influences.
The "perceive the present" hypothesis, should also mean that every human should be subject to at least some illusions.
So my question is: which visual illusions are universal among humans?
To focus the question I would only consider as illusions the one that are related an increase/decrease of the size of an object/subject, or the distance (perspective) or the luminance.