17. Exercise your visual brain with this optical illusion October 7, 2006 by Alvaro Fernandez Which square (A or B) is darker? Click HERE to discover the answer and explore a surprising phenomenon. Next brain teaser in SharpBrains’ top 25 series: #18. How many… Share this:TweetEmailPrintMoreShare on TumblrPocket
both same shade, i think
Yep They are the same. I had a hard time believing it, but open the image in Adobe Photoshop, and took a teardrop sample from both squares. They are the exact same grey value. 🙂 Weird..
A is a more darker grey than B
I went to the proof and explanation and I still don’t believe A&B are the same gray. I hold fast to my above comment. I just don’t get it.
Print the picture and fold the page so the squares are together. You’ll see they are identical in shade
Guyguy, thanks for proposing a great way to find out!
I think A is darker, B is a lighter color just shaded by the cylinder, but A is a really dark color.
A is more darker grey in color than B
wow, they are the same