Michelle Greene

Michelle Greene

Jun 08, 2016

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    About This Project

    Close your eyes and visualize the streets of your childhood. What do you remember of what you have seen? Now, if we both are asked to picture a street, will we imagine completely different images based in our individual experiences, or do we have a common prototype for what a street looks like? We will use an evolutionary algorithm to collaborate with human observers to visualize mental images, and analyze how idiosyncratic visual experience is reflected in the reconstructed images.

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