Iteration 5

 

Meanwhile, I did some research of how are people seeing. In fact, we see things through eyes are upside down. And our brains make those illustrations looks in the way they truly are. Thus, we could say that everything we see actually has some differences. Because everything we see could not de seen by us directly somehow. I think we will never know which one is the truly version of everything.

 

That means we just need to figure out how do we truly think about our versions or maybe the versions of things around us. Thus, we could say that ways of seeing is a big topic of life.

Iteration 4
 
As we were talking about in the third iteration, the angles of seeing may change the way we thinking about things. And the truth is, people judge too much and too early. So it means you may give a lot of wrong comments to something you do not really know.
 

For example, in the first image (fig 1) I posted for this iteration, only one part of an issue does not indicate the truths sometimes. Thus, here is a tip, please do not judge things or people that you do not really know.

Iteration 4

 

As we were talking about in the third iteration, the angles of seeing may change the way we thinking about things. And the truth is, people judge too much and too early. So it means you may give a lot of wrong comments to something you do not really know.

 

For example, in the first image (fig 1) I posted for this iteration, only one part of an issue does not indicate the truths sometimes. Thus, here is a tip, please do not judge things or people that you do not really know.

Iteration 3

 

Sometimes you see things different just because of different angles. Like the image (fig 1) I post, you may see a princess in the first place, but when you turn it upside down you could only see an old lady. Thus, I would say it is pretty tricky.

 

Another example, you may see a magnificent building in the first place of the image (fig 2), but when you looked at the back view of this building, you would see the messy part of it. So one of the truths is, you could not judge a thing when you only could see one part of it. We would discuss this in the next iteration.

Iteration 2

 

Continuing the experiment of iteration 1, I started to discover why we could see some tiny differences between original things and reflections. In my opinion, this phenomenon is caused by our emotions. For example, when we wake up in the morning with a super good mood, then we could find a perfect us from mirror. But if we had a bad mood and looked into the mirror, then we could see monsters. So maybe what you see from mirror is just the way you want to be.

 

Just like the famous painting named Mona Lisa, which created by Leonardo Da Vinci. When you look at her with different emotions, you would see her lovely smiling or maybe evil smiling.

Iteration 1

 

Human beings love mirrors and photo taking, we care about what are we look like and how do other people thinking about us. However, have you ever thought about which is the truly version of us. From mirror or camera? And are the reflections actually telling the truths?

 

I did my first experiment by gathering images of reflections. Tried to figure out whether they are telling the truths. Actually, by using theories of physics, reflections are exactly the same as the original things. Nevertheless, sometimes we do feel some little differences between things and reflections. Then, why is that?