How do humans distinguish between their own and other people’s faces? On display at this exhibition are photographs of human faces, whereas each original photograph is exhibited alongside nine pictures of the same face with outlines, positions and sizes of
eyebrows, eyes, nose and mouth altered. Look at the ten different pictures and try to identify the one “real” photograph, and you will see how accurate your idea of your own face is!
Planning: WATANABE Junji (NTT Communication Science Laboratories, NTT Service Evolution Laboratories)
Technical support: YOSHIDA Shigeo (Cyber Interface Laboratory at The University of Tokyo), KAWASE Yuji (Cyber Interface
Laboratory at The University of Tokyo)
Cooperation in experience design: The Japanese Psychonomic Society (JPS) Committee for developing teaching materials for
junior high school students
Cooperation in system development: KAWANABE Toru (art and program, Inc.)