The video contained a short audio clip of an unusual computerised voice saying a name.
The audio clip bends the question to what is heard, rather than what is seen, and people are fired up about it.
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It's a debate that's been tearing the internet apart, at least this week: A piece of audio posted across social media sounds like "Laurel" to some people, and "Yanny" to others.
Do you hear what I hear?
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RNZ Auckland staffers unanimously heard "Yanny" in the clip, however further investigations showed it was possible to hear both words depending on the type of headphones worn. How one hears it is similar to how people viewed a dress on the internet three years ago.
According to sound experts who spoke with the website The Verge, the acoustic information that makes us hear "Yanny" is higher frequency than the acoustic information that makes us hear "Laurel".
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But he said it was also more hard to determine the word in this particular recording because it is "not real speech".