Unlocking Dressgate

  • Published2 Sep 2016
  • Reviewed2 Sep 2016
  • Source BrainFacts/SfN

How could the color of a dress be open to interpretation? It turns out that differences in visual perception explain why some people saw the dress as black and blue while others claimed it was white and gold. Learn more about the neuroscience behind the internet phenomenon in the third-place video from the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.

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