Only 5000 most intelligent people in the world can find the differences...
Although all the senses play a very important role in our perception, the sight is so far the most commonly used in everyday life. But even though there are approximately 39 million blind people in the world, not all visionaries have the same degree of perception. And to be able to study the capacity that each of us has, it is best to try to sharpen the look a little with a test that announces our personal grade.
In the first test, we have a painting by Roger David Servais, titled "Chassidim." The only thing is that there is a small difference between the two frames which make it not exactly the same. Would you be able to find it? We warn you that the first one we have put is easy so that we can use it as a simple warm up and that we can get into harder cases. Try to look carefully at all the details. And be calm, we reveal the way to solve it few pages further. Now look closely at the details to solve the puzzle.
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The second test is made from the "Bedtime" picture, painted by the artist Paul Peel. We can see a mother holding her daughter while she seems to have fun with a toy. Again there is a difference hidden between both pictures. The degree of difficulty has increased considerably, so we encourage you not to lose any detail of all the elements that are drawn because anyone could be the one that will see the answer.
From the author of a so well-known work "Girl with a Pearl Earring", Johannes Vermeer, we get this great picture known as "Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid". The title is actually a description of the painting, so we see a maid delivering what appears to be an envelope of a letter. The presence of various items on the table or excessively ornate costumes only distracts us. Luckily we have a black background that prevents other elements from hiding. Or we may have already said the answer with this description. Do you see it?
Do not be discouraged if you do not find them, remember that we will give you the answer at the end of the article!
In the last test, we have left you an example of how sometimes the most obvious is enclosed within the most twisted puzzles. Now we present the picture "Woman reading" by Pieter Janssens Elinga. This interior work presents a major challenge as we find several elements spread throughout the room and even a couple of open windows that show us the view of the street. But only one of those details is the difference between the two versions of the painting. Did you find it?
In the case of the picture of the Jewish violinist, there is a very simple solution. If you look at the lower building on the right-hand side you can see that there is a set of windows that are not repeated on the first picture. Although we suppose that you have discovered it, as we said above it was a simple warm up and we do not doubt your capacity of observation. But how were the other tests? Did you find them without any problem? Surely yes!
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When we have to focus on different elements that are too similar, we usually analyze the patterns of color that are repeated throughout the image. But even in those cases, we tend to overlook something as obvious as the mother's necklace, which is found much more diminished in the box on the right. Sometimes something too obvious goes unnoticed when we look for something small and tiny. Had you discovered this, too?
In the third challenge, we found that there were many items placed on the table. Many decorations on clothes. But we had already given you the clue with this since it is precisely one of these that makes the difference. Specifically the color of the thin strip of a piece in blue or orange that now surely would be impossible for you to unnoticed. Likely you have dedicated to analyzing of the black spots on a white place on the dress of the woman on the right, or you were checking if the headdress remained the same.
Are we going with the last one already?!
We told you in advance that it was the most obvious thing because, in a picture titled the woman who reads, we should be careful if she really has something to look at. The answer is clear, on the left yes, on the right no. Although many would have seen other elements that appeared in the picture and not this difference, it may be that many who went to the result simply have passed the test very quickly.
How was your test? Did you like the selected pictures? We encourage you to show the test to your friends and family to see if they have the same degree of visual acuity as you. Remember to scroll the clues to avoid giving advantages to everyone. Then you can comment your results on the page so we can know if you belong to one of those 5000 individuals capable of giving the test response without any external help.
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