Friday, March 31, 2017

symmetry

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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