There was the Nestle Bra Cam, with it's twist at the end. There was 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman. Both providing revealing insight into how we look at the world around us.
It's a subject I think about all the time. What do people communicate to each other with their body language - and what impact does that have?
We all know the expression "don't judge a person until you've walked a mile in their shoes" - what if you could spend a couple of hours seeing the world through their eyes? Would that change your point of view?
It occurs to me this would make an interesting art project (not one I have bandwidth to lead right now, so feel free to crib this idea): fitting people from different perspectives with cameras and creating a snapshot of how the world looks at them.
My first thought was to see the world through the eyes of a homeless person, which not surprising, has already been done elsewhere.
It'd be fascinating to do a comparative analysis between genders, ethnicities, ages as well.
If it could be done in a way that was non-exploitative, it'd be interesting to see the world from the eyes of someone with mental illness. I suspect we'd see more correlation between erratic behaviour and external shunning than is comfortable to imagine.
Anyway, there it is. Have at it, folks.