ARE you someone who can understand the big picture in an instant, or are you most comfortable in the little details?
That's the question presented by an optical illusion that reportedly reveals the difference between two groups of viewers – and a third, super-rare segment of the population who rely on intuition.
The illusion was shared by the YouTube channel Bright Side, and its hidden images revealed just how your gut reactions drive your approach to life.
According to the video, if you saw a man holding a pair of binoculars, it's easy for you to "zoom out" in any situation.
"You're a person who prefers to concentrate on the big picture," the narrator explained.
"Several glances are enough for you to collect all the information you need. That's why you aren't a big fan of thorough analysis," the explanation continued.
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On the other hand, if you saw the car before anything else, you're naturally inclined to see the little things.
"Your co-workers and friends must appreciate your ability to notice fine details," the narrator explained.
"You like when everything goes according to a detailed plan.
"At the same time, you may occasionally overanalyze things, which can prevent you from making quick decisions," the narrator added.
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There's also a third image hidden in the illusion, noticed by only a fraction of viewers.
"Are you one of the very few who noticed the letter 'A' first of all?" the narrator asked.
"If so, then your strong intuition is enviable," they continued.
"On top of that, you're a person who always suggests creative ideas and non-standard solutions."
In the comments, viewers discussed their results, with some saying that they fulfilled the personality descriptions suggested by the video even as they watched.
"I feel like I was overthinking it because I knew that what I saw had to do with my personality," one viewer wrote.
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And a large number of viewers saw two images at once, leading to confusion about the true nature of their psyches.
"I literally said out loud 'a man with a car on his head looking through binoculars,'" a commenter admitted.
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