Asked: 10 months ago  (21.4.2017, 16:19)
Answered: 3 weeks ago  (31.1.2018, 9:43)
How people see the dress in different sides of the world?

"The dress" is a photo that became a viral Internet picture on 26 February 2015, when viewers disagreed over whether the item of clothing depicted was black and blue or white and gold. The phenomenon revealed differences in human colour perception which have been the subject of ongoing scientific investigation in neuroscience and vision science, with a number of papers published in peer-reviewed science journals (Wikipedia).

There are several scientific studies about the case. Somehow it seems to be connected to how the human brain processes the various hues of a daylight.

The daylight may be different in different countries. For example in Spain people get different amount of light in different times than in Sweden. Of course there may also be some other factors not yet known.

So how we see the dress in different sides of the world?
Always blue and black
Always white and gold
Sometimes blue and black, sometimes white and gold
Something else