Researchers Try to Craft the Perfect Boob

Discussion in 'Men's Health Forum' started by Michael Scally MD, Dec 4, 2019 at 1:34 PM.

  1. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    [Not The Onion]



    Let's get two things out of the way: First of all, there are a lot of reasons to get a boob job, none of which are anyone else's business. Second, the perfect boob does not exist.

    But if you were a plastic surgeon hoping to be the Michelangelo of one person's idealized breasts, it would help to have a shared language of what's aesthetically important. Most plastic surgeons accomplish this over the course of several consultations, talking to the patient about what will make them happy.

    In an attempt to improve this process, a team of researchers in Poland used eye-tracking technology to see what parts of the boob people looked at when assessing the symmetry and relative attractiveness of breasts. What they found was that what people notice most are the nipples and the underboob.

    The study analyzed the gazes of 50 men and 50 women, using eye-tracking technology as they looked at images of breasts. The study makes no mention of sexual preferences or gender identities of the participants beyond "Caucasian" and "male or female," but does note that they're all from a similar cultural background. The study is published in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

     
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  2. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine



    [OA] Analysis of the Visual Perception of Female Breast Aesthetics and Symmetry: An Eye-Tracking Study

    Background: Because of its subjective character, the term “breast attractiveness” is poorly defined and thus its reliable standardized assessment can be particularly challenging. Because of objective analysis of the observer’s gaze pattern, eye-tracking technology may provide a better insight into the visual perception of breast aesthetics and symmetry.

    Methods: One hundred observers, 50 women and 50 men, assessed the aesthetics and symmetry of eight types of female breasts displayed as digital images on frontal, lateral, and oblique projections. The gaze pattern of each observer was recorded using eye-tracking technology, and gaze data were subsequently analyzed.

    Results: Although sex and breast type exerted an effect on attention capturing by some areas of interest, key characteristics of gaze patterns in female and male observers were essentially the same. Irrespective of observers’ sex, the longest fixation duration and the highest fixation number were recorded for lower breast regions, in particular, for the nipple-areola complex.

    Mean fixation duration in this area corresponded to 58 and 57 percent of overall observation time for female and male observers, respectively, during the assessment of breast aesthetics; and to 56 and 52 percent of overall observation time for female and male observers, respectively, during the assessment of breast symmetry.

    Conclusions: Nipple-areola complex and lower breast are key focus areas for the assessment of breast aesthetics and symmetry. Gaze data collected during this study may constitute a valuable source of reference values for future eye-tracking research on various patient groups’ visual perception of breast attractiveness and deformities.

    Pietruski P, Paskal W, Paskal AM, Jaworowski J, Paluch L, Noszczyk B. Analysis of the Visual Perception of Female Breast Aesthetics and Symmetry: An Eye-Tracking Study. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2019;144. Analysis of the Visual Perception of Female Breast... : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
     
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  3. johntt44

    johntt44 Member

    I'd say perfect is round with a point. Most fake ones arent like that.
     
  4. WolfGain

    WolfGain Member

    Golden ratio
     
  5. Norse13

    Norse13 Member

    The bigger the better, don't need no fcuking scientist to tell me that...
    Go big or go home
     
  6. indyfitguy

    indyfitguy Member

    Big n sloppy? To the knees?
     
  7. jaymaximus

    jaymaximus Member

    Ok. So who has the perfect boobs? I'm saying Jennifer Love Hewitt

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  8. jaymaximus

    jaymaximus Member

    Size. Roundness. Firmness. Nipple color. Nipple size. Nipple to boob ratio. How they sit with no bra. There's a lot to perfect boobs