'Quantum Pixelization' is an AR filter that pixelates and censors the user only when the users eyes are open. Once the camera detects that their eyes are shut, the pixelization turns off, rendering the user viewable but unable to view themselves. In quantum physics, 'the observer effect' refers to how the act of observation alters the state of what is being observed. Thus, it is impossible to view an object in its entirety or in its true form. By using this AR filter, the only way to "view" one's uncensored self is through another's eyes or through a recorded video. How does the power of our observation and surveillance affect our environment? Can we truly "see" ourselves on our own or do we rely on mediation to help our perceptions of self?