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（出自《設計的法則》William Lidwell，Kritina Holden，Jill Butler/呂亨英譯，2011原點出版）
Visuospatial Resonance--A phenomenon on which an image achieves optimal clarity due to resonance between the spatial frequency of the inage and the observer's distance from the image.
(William Lidwell, Kritina Holden, Jill Butler (2010). Universal Principles of Design: 125 Ways to Enhance Usability, Influence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better Design Decisions, and Teach through Design, Rockport Publishers; Second Edition, Revised and Updated edition, p. 252)
What am I? As my whole life, I keep seeking the answer.
To find the answer, I thought the most directly way was to focus on my consanguinity.
Based on this concept, I took photos of my mother's brother and sisters, and then I deal with each photos as high-spatial- frequency images and low-spatial- frequency images. Finally, I overlaped each two faces to create hybrid images.
Because of the effect of hybrid images, watcher will see different faces in different distance, 0.5m and 6m.
However, there are a boundary point between two distance that the watcher can see two images at the same time.
Just as the watcher can see two images at the same time, so does we find the position in life, then realize more about ourselves.