The dress has been reduced in recent history as one of the most disconcerting optical illusions of the Internet of all time.
However, a disconcerting new image is becoming equally divisive as netizens try to discover if they are looking at a beach or a door.
The photo was shared earlier this week on Twitter by the social application 9GAG, who asked his followers to determine what they saw.
The title of the image read: Is this a door or a beach? Do not let this become the next & # 39; Black & blue dress & # 39; please & # 39;
A new optical illusion is leaving the web baffled while netizens struggle to determine if it is an image of a beach or a door
The image was shared by the social application 9GAG on Twitter with the tweet accumulating more than 5000 "Like"
Looking at the photo vertically, the image could easily be a section of a door, with blue being the door itself while the turquoise It acts like the frame and the cream like the concrete frame.
But turn the image horizontally and resemble a stretch of beach complete with cream colored sand, sea green water and a crystal blue sky.
The tweet accumulated more than 3,000 likes, quickly dividing 9GAG followers, and they could not agree on what's in the image.
Twitter users were divided and many insisted that the image was a close-up of a door frame due to the "shadows" seen in the image.
Several greed that the image was, in fact, a close-up of a door with an answer: "What kind of person in their right mind would say it's a beach?"
According to another person added: "This is a door because there are dark shadows (gaps) between the concrete and the frame."
Meanwhile, others were convinced that they were watching a beach with a single Twitter sharing a supposedly original image. It seemed to show people on the beach.
Meanwhile, others believed it was a photograph of a beach that had been turned to one side
A Twitter user even argued that the image had been retouched to eliminate beachgoers, however, others did not agree, as was seen here.
They wrote: & # 39; The image has been altered to eliminate people who were bathing on the beach & # 39;
However, some argued that the shared "original" image had been tampered with to add beachgoers.
So far, the image must still be identified as a beach or a door, so, what do you see?
This is just the latest in a long list of optical illusions to disconcert the web.
In May, a photograph of a sports shoe divided the Internet with thousands of people saying they think it is gray, green, pink or white.
However, others suggested that there might be some trick in play, with the colors deliberately changed to ignite a debate.
The take on the lace-up sneaker, which has a strip on one side, has seen thousands of people comment on it after it was published by the Australian music station 99.3 B-Rock FM.
The image reappeared after appearing late last year, but now it is stirring the Internet again.
Mint and gray? Or pink and white? The Australian music channel 99.3 B-Rock FM posted this image on their Facebook page and thousands of people have shared it now … but some suspect that the color levels have simply been changed to make a pink and white shoe look like different
The station posted the image with the words: & # 39;IT'S HAPPENING AGAIN! What do you see? Most of us see pink and white, but some see gray and green …
On Facebook, Lisa Butler wrote: "flip the hell". I commented years ago; I saw gray and mint green, now I see pink and white.
@ Bernade27300176 said that different age groups saw different things at home: "This is scary … my husband and I see a gray shoe with pale green laces. My children see a pink shoe with white laces … spooky.
The photo was originally published last year by Nicole Coulthard in a Facebook group, she subtitled the image.
"My friend just sent me this question asking what color the shoe is, I would say pale pink and white, but she insists that it is pale blue and gray What do girls see? Please tell me pink and white!
WHY DO WE SEE THE COLORS DIFFERENTLY?
Each person is unique and, as a result, our brains process information differently. Depending on how you interpret the colors, a person can see it in one way, while the next person who looks at it can see it in another way.
Light enters the eye and hits the retina, which is the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye.
The light becomes an electrical signal that travels along the optic nerve to the visual cortex in the brain. The brain makes its own unique interpretation of this electrical signal.
It is not surprising that many respondents have changed their minds when they see the color in contrast to the two blue tones, since we perceive the color of an object based on a comparison with the tones that surround it, not with the actual color itself.
Assessing color vision is just one of the myriad of tests that can be performed during a routine vision test. It is possible that the color blindness is not detected according to the severity, since it is impossible to see the world through the eyes of another person.
Conditions such as protanomaly, deuteranomaly and tritanomaly can range from inconveniences to quite dangerous, which often prevents the inflicted persons from pursuing certain careers. If you have any questions about the perception of color, you must request an appointment with a registered optometrist.
Stephen Hannan, Director of Clinical Services at Optical Express
Keisha Maree thought it was a matter of light, and said: "They are pink and white rose-colored shoes: they look 'gray / green' since the photo looks like it was taken at night."
In 2015, a now infamous "dress" divided Internet users, who simply could not agree on whether it was black and blue or gold and white, even with Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift participating in the debate.
A year later, the Adidas jacket did the same, with people saying they saw numerous color combinations, including blue and white, green and gold, black and brown, and green and brown.
In 2015, the infamous "dress" divided Internet users, who simply could not agree on whether it was black and blue or gold and white, even with Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift participating in the debate. A year later, the Adidas jacket (right) did the same