THINK you see a pink dog and a lilac cat in this image? Think.
People cannot understand that both are actually the same color.
It turns out that tight lines trick our eyes into seeing two different colors.
Professor David Novickcreator of all kinds of optical illusions, posted several photos on social networks.
Apparently it’s known as the munker illusion, which occurs when horizontal stripes of different colors cut across objects in an image.
“The Munker illusion seems to be a function of the frame color, which tends to color the center area [shape],” he explained.
“The apparent color of the center circle is a blend of the foreground background color and the circle’s color.”
And the more you zoom out, the more it actually increases the effect.
Try blocking a narrow gap on the screen with two fingers so that only a small portion of the dog and cat are visible, and you’ll notice that they’re actually the same color.
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The color is called ‘true cyan’.
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