Intro Exhibition

The fascinating thing about our eye-brain system is how it divides our field of view into an equal left-side and an equal right-side:

Check the diagram and you’ll notice that each of our eyes is cleverly “wired” to send the left visual field to our right brain hemisphere; and vice-versa, right-side information is channeled to the left hemisphere. Even if we were to lose one eye, our brain would still make this distinction.

You did not qualify the first test on the first page of the facemaker exhibition. This way we cannot tell you something about your orientation. Just get back to page 1.

This is not just biologically interesting,
there are practical consequences.


© Copyright by Paul Smith 2001