Can you "spot" it?

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Can you "spot" it?

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Relax your eyes and stare at the circle.
What do you see?
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Nay, I can't see a thing
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A horse or donkey?
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HansV wrote:
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A horse or donkey?
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Agreed ... actually proved easy to see.
Strange how our eye observations differ ... must be something to do with colour spectrum abilities. Or age improves sight :grin:
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If one is color blind, then they may not see anything but a big dot.
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I could see the image of a quadruped perhaps a horse donkey or large dog, but I could not see it sharply enough to really make an inference.
But I think my advancing cataracts affected my perception.
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I saw a Hipo almost straght away, but I'm outside in the building hut with a strange mixture of lighting -I often see more on this older telly screen than on a normal computer screen indoors
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On second glance - A Frankenstein mutation of a Horse with a cows Head
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I see someone put some fingerprints on my screen yet again :aflame: Other than that, nothing :sad:
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Claude wrote:
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I see someone put some fingerprints on my screen yet again :aflame: Other than that, nothing :sad:
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Well done all.

I got the puzzle, part of some perception tests from dailymail.co.uk yesteday. There are many more "tests" as you scroll through the page.

Something to do if you have nothing better to do. :grin:

Note that the answers are not hidden, so if you find one you want to attempt, don't scroll down further!!
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Definitely screen dependant. And maybe not as you might expect : I have two screens in front of me just now: On the screen with 1920x1080 I see nothing. Drag it to the screen with 1366x768 and it is clear to see immediately
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Its probably the colour settings or contrast settings on the monitor as opposed to the size of the monitor. :smile:
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It looked like
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a large sheep
to me!
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The UK apparently has differently shaped sheep...
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No, we simply have smaller red dots here.
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I'm having a punt on what Stuart saw. :grin:
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I'm keeping my Laphroaig 18 year old Alan, they don't sell that any more, it was replaced with a 15 year old that is nowhere near as tasty.
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AlanMiller wrote:I'm having a punt on what Stuart saw.
:laugh: :thumbup:
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