In the mainstream public space where normalization dominates, the pipeline-like education system makes people lack the ability to appreciate unique individuality when they understand the world. Facing various social influences and temptations, most people gradually fall into the trap of oversimplification. People's minds are affected by vision, and the limitations of vision also counteract our thinking patterns. For instance, high-power cultures often appropriate culture fragments from low-power people, which results in incomplete information transmission. So recognizing the limitations of vision is relevant to us. A singular sight should not measure the hidden nature and illusions. I hope to state a learning view that guides people to realize the value of establishing a multi-dimensional thinking mode. My project explores how to use visual information to understand objects based on the timeline, trend, and context rather than just the matter itself.