May 10, 2006

Tiny Eyes: Now You Know Why They Put Muppets On Pampers

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Created by a group of visual development researchers, Tiny Eyes not only shows what the world looks like from a newborn's point of view, it also allows you to transform your own photos into babyview using the Tiny Eyes Engine. [Am I the only one who thinks it'd be hilarious to use the corresponding filters to make a photo album of the kid's first few months? They should clearly offer this as a PhotoShop plug-in.]

But it's not all fun and games, of course. Because as the above images demonstrate, your work as a changing table-level brand promoter for Sesame Workshop really kicks in at about eight weeks.

Tiny Eyes [tinyeyes.com via kottke]

2 Comments

Great Idea!!!, my little girl just show up and I've been asking myself when she recognise something far beyond voices or noises.
Thanks Andres from Buenos Aires, Argentina

That sequence looks exactly like how my point of view develops on Sunday mornings after a night out. Generally I find myself looking at something even more frightening than Mickey Mouse, but still.

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