A real experiment based on a previous thought experiment from Nobel Prize winning physicist Eugene Wigner was recently performed. The result demonstrated that we don’t live in a single common objective reality that we all observe the same way. The experimenters observed two different but conflicting realities from a 6-photon experiment.

Read about the experiment from MIT Technology Review here:

A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality

And you can read the abstract and download the PDF report of this experiment from a Cornell University website here:

Experimental rejection of observer-independence in the quantum world

Perhaps you don’t just see reality differently than others do. Perhaps you are indeed living in a unique and different reality.