We have another optical illusion on our hands. You will probably remember, around two years ago an Instagram user unknowingly posted a picture of her dress.
This quickly went viral.
It seemed at the time a pretty straightforward, ordinary picture. But, little did she know that this one image would be shared across the entire world and cause one of the greatest debates the internet has ever seen.
It is, of course, the black and blue/white and gold dress. If you have missed this, where have you been???
What do you see???
But, before we try and settle old scores, let’s take a look at a new image that has taken the spotlight in recent days.
A Facebook user named Nicole Coulthard recently found a screenshot of her trainers (do not ask me why) and posted this online, but no one (and I mean no-one) can seem to decide on what colour this particular trainer really is.
Yessss, before everyone starts piping up, it is, of course, an optical illusion. But, what colours do you see?
Do you see blue and grey? If so you will agree with around half of the online population. Or do you see pink and white? Well, that is what the other half see.
This picture gives you some indication of what different people are actually seeing – or what they claim to see. online are saying the colour change/difference is because of the camera flash. But that is beside the point. Why in one image (that above) do some people see pink and white and others see green/blue and grey?
The smart arses online are saying the colour difference is something to do with the camera flash – distorting the light etc. But that does not explain why in one image some people see pink and white and others see blue and grey?
It really is baffling. I mean there are videos out there that try and explain the difference, and these emerged after the blue and black dress saga. But, do you really want to spend your timing finding out, or just arguing with your friends? Hahaha
Nicole is yet to reveal the true identity (colour) of her shoe, so no-one may ever know the actual colour.
The only question is, does it mean something about you if you see it differently? Because I personally see neither. I see green rather than blue, but maybe I am colour blind.
SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO SEE WHAT THEY SEE!