More on optical mixing
Not everyone sees the blue and green (see earlier blog)
…because they are subjective. Physically, there is no blue or green in this image. They are optically mixed.
I have already found that some people need to be coached to see them. It is a commonplace to say that we all see things in different ways – usually meaning we interpret data differently. It’s not always clear that we actually see things differently. If we distinguish between these three levels:
We often disagree about judgements. We disagree about interpretations. I would argue that we often think that we agree about descriptions – until we test what’s shared, only to discover that we disagree there as well.