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What do we KNOW?
We know that there are pictures/optical illusions that people see differently. We also know that you can edit the photo's so that more people see it one way.
What did we LEARN
We have learned many different things. Mostly people see different things by how they percept different things. For example the lighting is how you see different colors in the dress. Also, in ambiguous images that artist tries to make to different things in one image. For example the old lady and young lady image the artist drew it so you could see different things in one image. Also you can use photo shop to mess with the type of tint in the picture which makes you see a different color. For example in the dress, if it's a warm tinted picture you can see the white and gold better. That is the most important things we learned.
WHAT do we want to Know?
We want to know how many people see a picture one way it one way and how many people see it another way. We also want to know why they see it differently.
What ACTION will we take?
We shared this with friends all ready by asking them for the surveys they took so they know what we are doing and what we are learning about. We will also tweet this out on twitter to share it with the world.
HOW will we Learn it?
We will learn by researching why people see it differently. We will also take surveys to see which people see it different.
What new QUESTIONS do we have?
We have two new questions:
This passion time round was a lot of fun to do! My favorite part was surveying people and seeing what they saw. It was fun seeing the different things people saw. For example asking them what they saw and having them explain to me. I had Joey, my partner explain where you could see the old lady in the young lady or old lady ambiguous image. The hardest part was finding out why people see two different things. It was hard because either you couldn't find it, try to make it make sense, and sometimes interpret the other thing to write about it.