Yesterday was pretty easy, now let’s find out what you can really see.
1. We’ll start inside. Pretend you’ve discovered a problem while examining photos from a recent case. You think someone may have tampered with the crime scene – that means someone moved things around. Look at these two photographs of the same crime scene and see how many differences you can spot.
2. Now try seeing differences outside. Compare these two identical-looking street scenes and find the differences between them. Click on a found difference in either image to see if you are correct.
3. Next, let’s see what you can figure out by observing a single picture. What can you decide is true, just by looking at the details in the picture? Put your perceptual skills to the test. Answer seven multiple choice questions correctly by finding the answers within the photograph. Look at the photograph.
How did you do? Detectives can figure out a lot just by using their eyes.
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