Normal faces look distorted when seen quickly and compared to other faces Normal faces look distorted when seen quickly and compared to other faces An undergraduate conducting an experiment that required skimming through a bunch of images of faces discovered that if you try to look at two faces at once only for a moment they will both look distorted, even if they are normal, pretty faces. The researchers explain… The effect seems to depend on processing each face in light of the others. By aligning the faces at the eyes and presenting them quickly, it becomes much easier to compare them, so the differences between the faces are more extreme. If someone has a large jaw, it looks almost ogre-like.
Follow what each instrument does in Beethoven’s 5th on a scrolling graph This video combines the audio of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony with a graphical version of the score that represents what each instrument is playing at the moment… Color key for the instruments… These content links are provided by Content.ad. Follow what each instrument does in Beethoven’s 5th on a scrolling graph
Unlikely duo on "Britain's Got Talent" will amaze you with opera rendition - The Feed Blog (CBS) - Remember Susan Boyle? Sure you do, you probably got goosebumps and/or teary-eyed watching her surprising performance on Britain's Got Talent back in 2009. Well, a few years later, I think we may have our next big breakout in the form an unlikely duo. The performance kicks in at about 2 minutes into the video. Unlikely duo on "Britain's Got Talent" will amaze you with opera rendition - The Feed Blog
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