Science reveals the secret .. Why do we only see strawberry red, even though it is blue?
A scientific report published by the Woolers Science website revealed that the strawberry is not red as we believe, but the human eye can only see strawberries in red even when they are not.
Simply, you can zoom in the strawberry pictures to see the pixels of the time clearly, then you will discover that the true color of strawberries is the hues of green and blue. The problem is in the human eye.
The eye sees the colors according to the wavelength of light that any object reflects due to a visual phenomenon called color fastness, which helps the eye to adapt to the changes of the elements and maintain the pattern of each element.
Color fastness is rooted in the human brain. Even as the longitudinal waves of light emitted from an object change, the eye adjusts the color receptors, so the person sees the element in the colors that he is always used to.
Research also indicates that neurons adapt to maintain color fastness and consistency, regardless of the difference in light and color tones, which is highly related to memory.
Going back to strawberries and why we always see them red, the answer is simply because the brain excludes the blue color of strawberries so you only see red in front of you.