Day VIII: Perfect symmetry

I've come across articles about face symmetry many times during the last few years, and have always found them incredibly fascinating. When you look at a persons face, you don't come to realise how very different both of the sides of their faces really are!
So today I tried it on me as well!

Here is firstly the article I found today, searching the matter, and probably one of the articles I've read before as well: Perfect symmetry: How would you look if both sides of your face were identical?

There are a few pictures of different people with their sides made to perfect symmetry for both the left and the right sides of the face. You can also see the original which makes it much more interesting!
There's also the site adress for the actual project, where you can take a picture with your webcam and it will create two symmetrical photos or you can download the app! You can then press send and it will show on their website, you can also share on social media. http://www.echoism.org/

I did my symmetrical pictures with paint from a photo I just snapped here in the hospital, but I also did one on their site with my webcam.

Here are my versions (original first):

This is the original

This is my left side (not the left in the original photo, but my true left)

And this is my right side

And this is the picture I got from Echoism, my crappy webcam is to blame for the quality, but try to bear with me. There's a clear difference between how the pictures were taken and how they sides were copied as you can see from this version and my versions. In the Echoism pictures is no original, sorry.

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