Do You See Einstein or Marilyn Monroe? How the Mind-Blowing Vision Test Works

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Do you see Albert Einstein or Marilyn Monroe in this picture?

While this image may not have sparked the same crazy debate that the blue and black versus white and gold dress did, here's one optical illusion that definitely has got people talking.

Yet again, people are baffled by what exactly they're seeing – and why someone else sees it differently. Upon first glance, we were full-on Einstein all the way, but giving it another look squinting, all we're seeing is Marilyn Monroe.

Are your eyes playing tricks on you like that bizarre dress pic? The image has been around for a while, created by MIT researcher and scientist Dr. Aude Olivia, and first appearing in a 2007 issue of New Scientist magazine.

The video explains how the Einstein and Marilyn Monroe pic works - check out why you may see one person over the other - or both, if you squint or distance yourself from the image.

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