Tag Archives: Eye Tracking

Your face as face mask art

Years ago, I urged Providence artists to create murals designed to look like the buildings on which they were painted. A fa├žade with no windows could be painted to look like the rest of the building. Humans could be leaning … Continue reading

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Take Sussman’s fish test here

Ann Sussman, the Concord, Mass., architect and researcher, asked me to take a test a few days ago. I was to look at a set of illustrations of fishes and note what my eyes do. I took her test, and … Continue reading

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Our eyes poke back at mods

A thrilling new report on how biometric technologies assess human taste in architecture was published yesterday on Common/Edge. As I’ve said before, good on C/E for running an essay, as it occasionally does, that refrains from trashing new traditional architecture, … Continue reading

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Sussman on Corbu’s autism

One reason people prefer traditional to modern architecture is that their eyes literally refuse to look at blank walls. Shown a picture of a building with a blank wall, the eye of an observer will linger anywhere – on a … Continue reading

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