Image recognition has been an innate part of human biology since the very beginning. Our prehistoric ancestors employed images as a media to communicate with other beings. Image identification, interpretation, and imagination have flowed in our veins for all these years, generating a biological experience interlocked with our human emotions and surrounding environment. Biological interpretation is a growth resulting from our innermost sensations and physiological conditions, and serves as a reflective narrative of our innate consciousness. Interpretation is therefore only possible due to the biological experiences of our senses, sub-consciousness, mood, and emotions.