Visual Turing Test: Generating new exemplars (dynamic)

The display below shows a handwritten character from a foreign alphabet. We showed the "target image" of this character to a person and asked them to draw a new example (with a computer mouse). We also gave this same task to a computer program that simulates how people draw a new character.

You will see a short video of each image being drawn. The ink color changes every time the drawer lifts up the pen, making it easier to track the different pen strokes. Can you tell which is the person's drawing, and which is the computer program's drawing?

You will see a sequence of N displays just like this one below. In each display, the computer program's drawing is randomly chosen to appear either on the left or the right. You will always be asked to indicate the computer program's drawing, using your keyboard's arrow keys.

Different people may have drawn the images in each display. The length of each video is normalized to be roughly the same, and it should not be a factor in your judgement. ***. Please answer as accurately as you can.

Sample display

Target image

One video shows a person drawing, and the other video shows the computer program drawing.
Which video shows the computer program drawing?

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