I Spy emerged as a popular guessing game in the 20th century, likely following the cultural spy-mania during and after WW2. The game has endured, falling into the canon of all-time classics, the first to come to mind on a long road trip, or the wait for a table. In I Spy, the group-appointed Spy starts by declaring,” I Spy with my little eye…” and assigns the other player(s) to locate a hidden object. Then we play detective in a game that asks us to refocus our attention towards small detail, moving away from the big picture and honing in on what otherwise might get lost in the blur of the total. Something minor comes to the fore—and how exciting, to see for the first time what was always there, but overlooked.