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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    It looks silvery grey and gold to me.Perhaps people with fewer cone cells perceive the silvery grey as blue and people with excessive cone cells perceive it as white. My left eye sees duller colors compared to my right eye.
    This can't be true at all. Before knowing the context of the image, I saw it as gold and white. After seeing the actual colors, I can only see it as blue and black. Nothing about my eyes or the screen that I viewed it on has changed.
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    White and Gold, it hasn't ever changed on me. :\ I looked it at night, during the day, stared at a different part of the picture.. nothing haha.

    Guess I live in a fantasy world..
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    Looks white and gold to me. But the white looks bluish-white...like skim milk.

    I can't wait for the black and blue to begin!
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    Using another monitor, I still get gold and blue.

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    It honestly creeps me out how so many people see white and I'm trying but I can't see it. Like this is a simple picture, not some fabricated optical illusion, someone needs to explain this properly immediately.

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    I see brown and blue. No black and white anywhere.

    I can see why people see white instead of blue. I can also see why they see black instead of blue( look at your monitor from different angles)

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    Quote Originally Posted by laterlazer View Post
    It honestly creeps me out how so many people see white and I'm trying but I can't see it. Like this is a simple picture, not some fabricated optical illusion, someone needs to explain this properly immediately.
    Are you new to computers? How a pic appears on one can differ from another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Are you new to computers? How a pic appears on one can differ from another.
    Congratulates you on your brilliant explanation of how the phenomenon must be easily explained by the difference in everyone's computers, obvs people must have different brightness level and different processors and that makes the whole difference to change the colour blue to white. How did I not know? It was so simple after all. Regardless of the fact that a friend looked at the same picture on the same computer as I did there must have been a difference in processing speed or something when we looked at the picture maybe a millisecond apart that made him see White and Gold where I saw Black and Blue. Thanks so much, it all makes sense now.

    Tbh lol, are you even paying attention.
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    The actual color of the dress is blue and black.

    What color is this dress? - CNN.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by laterlazer View Post
    Congratulates you on your brilliant explanation of how the phenomenon must be easily explained by the difference in everyone's computers, obvs people must have different brightness level and different processors and that makes the whole difference to change the colour blue to white. How did I not know? It was so simple after all. Regardless of the fact that a friend looked at the same picture on the same computer as I did there must have been a difference in processing speed or something when we looked at the picture maybe a millisecond apart that made him see White and Gold where I saw Black and Blue. Thanks so much, it all makes sense now.

    Tbh lol, are you even paying attention.
    Carry on with the melodrama, if you must. Posting "It honestly creeps me out" is a bit much for something like this.

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