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X-ray Vision is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

"When the doctor showed me my X-ray, he said that he found the scissors they lost last week during my operation! Look! See that shape? Can you believe that?!"

"I wouldn't worry about those scissors. This is what you should really be concerned about!"

What was Professor Layton referring to when he said this? Circle the answer and then tap Submit.

UK Version

Professor Layton and Luke are discussing Dr Schrader's X-ray:
"Look Professor! Somebody must have left these scissor's inside Dr Schrader during his operation! Look at that shadow! Can you believe it?!"
"I wouldn't worry about those, Luke. This is what Dr Schrader should really be concerned about!"
As the professor said this, he pointed at something at something odd on the X-ray.

What did he point to? Circle it and then touch Submit.

Hints




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Not just scissors, but tweezers, a needle and thread, and even a mouse! And an arrow symbol? Hmm... These all seem like they would be cause for concern, but Professor Layton only pointed at one thing.

What color are solid objects in an X-ray?

Take another look, and see if you can figure it out.

The bones on the X-ray show up white. And you know those are real, so...

Hmm...

If things that are really in the patient's body, like bones, appear white, then the dark objects must be somebody's idea of a joke!

But there is one white thing in there that looks suspicious...


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

Take another look at the X-ray. What's that white thing...?

Correct

Good eye!

US Version

There's a mysterious white mark in the bottom of the patient's stomach. Perhaps he swallowed a coin or something by mistake!

When X-rays aren't able to pass through something solid, the object will appear as a white shadow. The black objects on the X-ray are probably the result of an impractical joke. Someone must have superimposed those images on the doctor's X-ray after it was taken.

UK Version

There's a mysterious white shadow in the bottom of Dr Schrader's stomach. Perhaps he swallowed a coin or something by mistake!
When X-rays aren't able to pass through something solid, the object will appear as a white shadow. Dark shadows like the scissors are probably just the result of a practical joke. Someone must have superimposed the images onto the X-ray after it was taken.

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