Is vision just one way to see? How do our brains interpret what’s in front of our eyes? How do machines understand what they’re looking at, and will they change how we look at the world?

This summer, we’re tackling the complex sensory experience of vision and perception at SEEING. We’re illuminating optics, perspective, and comprehension while exploring enhanced and augmented ways of seeing, artificial eyes, and radical alternatives to vision. SEEING explores the subjectivity of sight, the other senses that shape our view of the world, and the unexpected parallels between human and machine vision.

Is vision just one way to see? How do our brains interpret what’s in front of our eyes? How do machines understand what they’re looking at, and will they change how we look at the world?

This summer, we’re tackling the complex sensory experience of vision and perception at SEEING. We’re illuminating optics, perspective, and comprehension while exploring enhanced and augmented ways of seeing, artificial eyes, and radical alternatives to vision. SEEING explores the subjectivity of sight, the other senses that shape our view of the world, and the unexpected parallels between human and machine vision.

Is vision just one way to see? How do our brains interpret what’s in front of our eyes? How do machines understand what they’re looking at, and will they change how we look at the world?

This summer, we’re tackling the complex sensory experience of vision and perception at SEEING. We’re illuminating optics, perspective, and comprehension while exploring enhanced and augmented ways of seeing, artificial eyes, and radical alternatives to vision. SEEING explores the subjectivity of sight, the other senses that shape our view of the world, and the unexpected parallels between human and machine vision.

Trinity College Dublin Science Gallery Dublin is part of the Global Science Gallery Network pioneered by Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin Science Gallery Dublin is part of the Global Science Gallery Network pioneered by Trinity College Dublin