While we’re the first to admit there’s no such thing as the “average” woman (how boring would it be!), the ‘World of Averages‘ project has nonetheless kept us enthralled.
The experiment attempts to provide a visual answer to what the “average” woman of a country looks like – and the results are eery to say the least!
Staring out from each photo is the perfectly symmetrical face of a young (and let’s face it – beautiful) woman, the result of rendering so many images together.
Using the popular Face Research technology – it even has a baby maker – the experiment at the very least has had us thinking about how our own heritage has defined our features.
So what do you think, do the photos above tell a realistic story of your cultural heritage?
Images via The Postnational Monitor