Life's a Guassian Blur|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Wednesday, May 10, 2006 - 10:51 EDT)
Site shows the world through an infant's eyes...
Just a few days before Mother's Day, Tiny Eyes (http://tinyeyes.com) has provided a peek at the blurry world an infant sees as a newborn, at four and eight weeks, and three and six months.
But the small thumbnails of a Mickey Mouse doll are not the only view at Tiny Eyes. You can also upload your own image and, using technology developed at Stanford University, see what a child would make of it. It could change the way you kootchy-coo forever.
Uploads can be JPEG or PNG image files. The online form asks you select the age to simulate and the viewing distance in inches.
The site was experiencing heavy loads this morning, so be patient. As the site's research suggests, the more time goes by, the better things look.