What are YOU looking at?

Knowing where a person is looking can tell you about what parts of an image are most meaningful. In the case of faces, studies show our gaze is often drawn to features like the eyes and mouth.

Here you see eye-tracking data from real participants as they looked at images from the MAKING FACES exhibit. Based on the patterns, which image do you think they were they looking at?

Choose the appropriate image:


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