Haha i totally see blue black🤣.. Interesting
I totally saw the tree
@teresawallace44 I see a white and gold dress.
I need to come look at these later when my eyes are properly open 🥱
Thank you for the taf @teresawallace44 I definitely see gold and grey 😁
Lol First I saw the lion, then I looked again and all I saw was zebra’s 😂
For the dress I saw dark grey and blue. I have another one for you guys.
What do you see in this picture?
For some people the dog is the first image they see, while others find themselves looking at what appears to be a 'creepy clown boy' with a bizarre body. Taken from the website.
Last night on my phone I saw the clown but now I can only see the dog.
I see a black dog @Elsa
Can you see the clown too? It's funny that last night I could only see the clown and today when I posted it I just saw the dog. Now I looked at it again and I see the clown.
I can only see the dog @Elsa I tried looking on my computer and my phone, I still only see the dog, I can’t see the clown at all 😅
Maybe try drinking a lot of coffee like I am doing right now. LOL!
@johamilton I saw the zebras first and the lion last. 👍
@Elsa I only see the dog. I’ve looked at it in different directions and can not see a clown 🤔
I can see both, but first saw a dog. Then looked back and saw the weird person...whatever it is! 🤣 Love looking at all of these.
I would love to know why we all don't see the same things at the same time. I wonder if it's eye related or brain related. Or maybe left handed right handed. Should we test it out?
I could see the child, he is impressive!
closing the eyes a little and looking at the nose. The nose is the right eye ... if you want I draw it @Elsa
Translated response from the web:
What we see is not reality, but the fruit of the information collected by the senses, which our brain analyzes, synthesizes, converts and interprets.
The brain needs to find meaning and balance in everything it sees, and in all the data sent by the senses. What happen? What is this visual disorder due to? Failing to find an answer, the brain decides to reinterpret the data through its own statistics and, after having extracted the available information, reaches a conclusion
So it's our brain then. Thanks for the information @carodilo!
Hey! Would you like to give us your opinion?