Understanding the genetic basis for the human face and its ultimate geometric con-figuration has multiple applications beyond the making or enhancement of beauty.
These applications include uses in the fields of:
PSYCHOLOGY – to help us better understand our perception and reaction to physical attractiveness.
ANTHROPOLOGY – to help us understand the evolution of the visual perception of the face as a genetic code for “humanness”.
ANTHROPOMETRY – to aid us in the exact quantification of facial features between various individuals, between the sexes, and between various ethnic groups, as well as giving a basis for developing parameters to quantitatively compare homo sapiens sapiens with other hominid groups.
BIOLOGY – to help us better understand the genetic biologic codes of attraction both in humans and other animals.
MATHEMATICS – to give an entire new perspective and to provoke continued investigation into the intimate and dependent relation between mathematics and biology.
CHEMISTRY – to give further theoretical evidence that the chemistry which is the basis for biologic existence has its roots in mathematics and that the macro-structures formed from bio-chemicals reflect the formative mathematic configurations responsible for the construction of those same bio-chemicals.
SECURITY & IDENTIFICATION – to uniquely identify or “blueprint” or “fingerprint”any human face – establishing a singular identifying set of parameters that can precisely and consistently identify one face from another.