Eagle-eyed Twitter users beat the CIA AGAIN in their own game by discovering 16 differences between two images it posted after the Secret Service reported 11
- The CIA urged Twitter followers to find 11 differences between the photos on Tuesday
- On Wednesday, people said they found more when one social media user said there were 13 differences and another 16
- Respondents noted that the minor differences may have been accidentally added by a mistake while changing the street scene image
- It comes after Twitter users found 12 differences last month when the CIA said there were 10
The CIA challenged Twitter followers to another of their popular locations on Tuesday. The different challenges in testing craft and social media users once again proved that they could beat the secret service at their own game.
Can you spot the differences? Let us know how many you can find. “The CIA has provided a post with two similar images that depict a street shot.
On Wednesday, the agency announced the responses and again divided the footage with 11 yellow rectangles highlighting the areas where changes were made.
However, some people tweeted that they found more than the CIA highlighted in the follow-up tweet, asking them, "How did you do it?"
Can you spy on the differences? Let us know how many you can find. “The CIA posted a post on Tuesday with two similar images depicting a street environment
Some people tweeted that they had found more than the 11 boxes pointed out by the CIA
A user named Phillip said the red hydrant on the right of the picture was larger and the pavement slab was raised under the tree
One person wrote: & # 39; I found 13. & # 39; Another said there were 16 differences.
A user named Phillip said the red hydrant on the right of the picture was larger and the pavement slab was raised under the tree.
Both were differences that the CIA did not point out, but they were possibly minor random differences that were added at the time of editing.
Phillip added, "White sticker on the dumpster corner, likely due to photo stretching."
MsFitz333 also corrected the agency: "Your box is for the missing car … but the height of the hydrant has also changed."
Another social media user noted three differences within the one box the CIA had for a missing car.
A user named Sarge, who found 16 differences, also pointed out additional differences – this time additional markings on the side of the dumpster to the right of the photos.
Ms. Fitzitz333 also corrected the agency: "Your box is for the missing car … but the height of the hydrant has also changed."
One person wrote, "I found 13 differences," with the numbers 4, 5, and 8 inside the one square in the CIA's responses
Other additional changes, which he described as "minor", were a thin additional plate to the right of the lamppost near two walking frames that faced the camera.
He also pointed out an additional dark shadow between an awning and a balcony.
Other respondents noted most of the differences noted by the CIA.
"The second container on the far left, the woman under the tree next to the container, the work and parking stop sign in front of the car on the left side of the road, the SUV on the right side of the road," tweeted Maricla Kandzorra.
Kandzorra continued: “The branch at the top right and the street lamp at the top left is missing at the end of the mast, the plane at the top in the middle, the man on the balcony on the right, the red sun protection blind, the second bench on the right, the two folded cardboard boxes on the garbage and the ball or the portrait. In total, I spy on 12 differences.
"These are beach quizzes that we all did as kids – very low level."
The # TriviaTuesday buzz came after a month when users were thrilled to discover more than the 10 differences found on a different street scene.
The CIA replied the next day, “If you've found more than 10 differences, you've done a good job. Always look for ways to learn more. & # 39;
A user named Sarge, who found 16 differences, also pointed out additional differences – including additional markings on the side of the dumpster to the right of the photos
Maricla Kandzorra tweeted that the challenge of testing craft was "very low".