The dress-related content bonanza continues with this fantastic Vine illustrating that blue-black/yellow-gold color shifting isn't a unique property of that one dress or that one photograph. By manipulating light conditions, you can make the same object appear one way or the other.
It's pretty neat:
But it's worth saying that as cool as this is, it's really not an account of what's so amazing about that particular photograph. The thing that made the dress so compelling is that it wasn't just a single object looking different in different conditions. It was right on some kind of perceptual boundary zone where different people saw it differently even under the exact same conditions.
That said, I'm obviously mesmerized at this point. You can see more from the same Vine user here.