Friday, March 31, 2017


Faces exhibit bilateral symmetry, in the sense that we have two eyes, two ears, and centrally placed nose and mouth. But that symmetry is imperfect. Here are a few examples of my own face, mirrored through a central vertical line. On the left, are mirrored versions of my left side; on the right, mirrored versions of my right side. Google Photos recognizes the bottom-left one as me, but not the rest.

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