Alright nerds, are there 3 or 4 sticks in this image?
This one is old as dirt, OP.
SPOILER: get as close to the monitor as possible, almost touching it with your nose, then shake your head from side to side, and in about 10 seconds you will know the answer.
There are no sticks, it's just some black lines drawn on a sheet of paper.
Now what color is this dress?
I've never understood this...
I see it as a pale blue and a browny gold - which is the exact color that it is in the photo.
No matter how i cover up the light, or change the photo, its still the same colors.
Enjoy your shitty brains that cant discern color properly.
It's either 4 or an infinite amount, because there are 4 flat ends no matter how you look at it but it could also just be a design painted on an infinite amount of adjacent sticks
you don't get it do you? you picked colors that your brain perceive as "pale blue and gold" which is doesn't matter that a computer program picked the colors, those colors in the dress are black and blue and you can't see it.
here is a real picture of the dress.
anon it's ok just admit you're retarded. Literally retarded. my two year old nephew could point that shit out.
just let it go that shit was long talked about last year around may. just let it die
thank you to whoever played the game with me
that was a great game, i really dun goofed with my queen
got really intense near the end
hope you play another game with you again soon.
It's black that looks browny gold because of shit lighting and shit camera.
We figured that having a computer on top of desk is retarded, and having laptop in your lap is super retarded, especially those gaymen with nVidia housefires in SLI, that have all possible warranties, but not one that covers melting due to inside heat
Lol, idiot gaymens
you should look up the HSI color space.
Instead of showing intensity of red, green and blue, HSI is hue, saturation and intensity.
Ideal black is low intensity, low saturation and all hues.
if the camera changes the saturation, it will look like a color instead of black.
Same with the blue part, if the saturation of the blue part decreases, it will appear white.
Now the second part is human perception.
We know that the dress is probably two colors.
We take into account that a shade on an object doesn't alter the color of the object and the connected components of the dress will be the same color.
Now if we focus on the parts that are closest to white, the whole dress will look white-ish.
If we focus on the part of the blue parts, it will look blue.
If we focus on the black parts, it looks black.
If we focus on the gold parts, it looks gold with a shadow.