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Composite photograph of psychology students and William Lowe Bryan
The image seen here is an example of a composite portrait invented by Sir Francis Galton in the 1880's. In this example you are viewing an image of twenty Indiana University students and their instructor superimposed over each other by registering (aligning) the eyes of each person.
Fedder, Bloomngton, Indiana
Fedder, Bloomington, Indiana
Psychology, Department of
Sociology, Department of
1888 - Composites
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