How to See Clearly

As we get to know a person, we often make interpretations about who they are. The goal of this proof of concept is to show the player how each assumption they make about a fuzzy photo constrains their ability to keep an open mind about its true form. Just like making assumptions about a blurry photo, when we make uncharitable assumptions about people we can deprive ourselves of getting to know them as they really are.
Jam year: 
2016
Diversifiers: 
Comic Book Colours
One hand tied behind my back
Do you even care? (sponsored)
Platforms: 
Web standard (HTML5, Java, JavaScript, Flash)
Technology Notes: 
I used Scratch, from scratch.mit.edu
Installation Instructions: 
Credits: 

Thanks dear wizard bird Merlin for inspiring this thought and encouraging the game!

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