Thursday, May 7, 2009
Interactive Yarbus at MU, Netherlands
An interactive art exhibition by Christien Meindertsma in the Netherlands opens up for a real time generation of scanpaths to draw images similar to the ones presented in classic Yarbus paper. The main purpose is to illustrate individual differences in the way we look at objects (such as faces, umbrellas, cups etc.) These images are then printed directly and becomes a part of the exhibition. The exhibition runs until June 14th (location: Eindhoven).