Thursday, January 12, 2023


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Seeing faces in inanimate objects is called face pareidolia, a psychological phenomenon that relates to how the human brain is primed. For example, Leonardo da Vinci described seeing characters in natural carvings, which he claims inspired him on his artworks.

A new study by researchers from the University of NSW suggests that the human brain processes the "fake" face the same way it processes the real faces. Basic features that describe a human face are something that the brain is particularly primed to recognise. But face perception is also recognising who the person is, and read information from their face, like knowing if they are happy or sad.

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It is too lngthy and complex to discuss here.

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Some more examples of Face Pareidolia . . .

More to come.

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