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What resolution do people see?


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It does not interest me so much now that he's the manager!

He passed the rules himself! You have to give him a warning .......... He thinks that he is allowed to do the Hassafim and that he can do everything here ....... And as for the document ........ I do not read English at this level .. ..... a tricky trick for me

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: Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

And back to our case ...

The question can be compared to questions such as "How many gigabytes of information does the human brain contain?" Or "What is the power of a steam engine in watts" ...

Shuy's answer has been the most pertinent so far, I think she answered the question well.

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Some things and corrections to the nonsense said here:

For those who think that the human eye is not (Milford) - Not only is the human eye (And modern cameras also mimic the way the eye and brain "create" a picture), it is also the fastest camera in the world. The speed at which the light in the eye is absorbed and processed (and reversed) into the image in the brain is enormous.

Shuy: First of all there is no such thing as "nests" in the eye. You get confused with "honesty" which is a type of light receptor that forms the retina along with the cones.

The cones are really at the center of the retina (called "macula") and are the ones that allow us to see the color and the central vision.

Around the macula are preparations that are responsible for peripheral vision and night vision. These light receptor cells turn the light that reaches the pupil into electrical signals that are then transferred to the brain - where we actually "see".

Anyone who wants to understand the difference between the preparations and the cones is a little better to go out on a dark night and try to look at something directly and then from the corner of the eye (while looking at a spot close to the first object). , Because we look at it through preparations that are more sensitive to light at night and are more exposed due to pupil expansion.

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Some things and corrections to the nonsense said here:

For those who think that the human eye is not a camera (Milford) - not only is the human eye a camera (and modern cameras also mimic the way the eye and brain "create" a picture), it is also the fastest camera in the world. The speed at which the light in the eye is absorbed and processed (and reversed) into the image in the brain is enormous.

Shuy: First of all there is no such thing as "nests" in the eye. You get confused with "honesty" which is a type of light receptor that forms the retina along with the cones.

The cones are really at the center of the retina (called "macula") and are the ones that allow us to see the color and the central vision.

Around the macula are preparations that are responsible for peripheral vision and night vision. These light receptor cells turn the light that reaches the pupil into electrical signals that are then transferred to the brain - where we actually "see".

Anyone who wants to understand the difference between the preparations and the cones is a little better to go out on a dark night and try to look at something directly and then from the corner of the eye (while looking at a spot close to the first object). , Because we look at it through preparations that are more sensitive to light at night and are more exposed due to pupil expansion. 

1. Canes -

http://lib.cet.ac.il/pages/item.asp?item=7707

http://astroclub.tau.ac.il/astropedia/The_Human_Eye_and_Night_Vision.html

http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%A2%D7%99%D7%A0%D7%99%D7%99%D7%9D

Indeed "nests" and this derives from the English word ROD which means a rod that these cells look like rods when you look at their incision under a microscope.

2. The revelation to the dark is not only due to the expansion of the pupil and exposure to the nests, but also because the pupil expands, it absorbs more light.

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Some things and corrections to the nonsense said here:

For those who think that the human eye is not (Milford) - Not only is the human eye (And modern cameras also mimic the way the eye and brain "create" a picture), it is also the fastest camera in the world. The speed at which the light in the eye is absorbed and processed (and reversed) into the image in the brain is enormous.

Which also provides the human eye with excellent coping abilities , As opposed to the most advanced cameras available today.

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Eyeglasses are sharper than AA, AF as mentioned earlier ;)

It is also possible to do an awful precise focus with the eye with concentrates on a certain close object so everything around looks blurry, or the opposite, that only the bone is blurred, it is very nice to do it with her hair;

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Eyeglasses are sharper than AA, AF as mentioned earlier ;)

It is also possible to do an awful precise focus with the eye with concentrates on a certain close object so everything around looks blurry, or the opposite, that only the bone is blurred, it is very nice to do it with her hair;

I tried ... The eyes are kind of painful and she gets tired ...

If you want to focus, then you have this exercise that takes a pencil and sacrifices it to the poor and then the poor become squints

A. It's hilariously funny (for those who see it)

B. It's a nice experiment for Macros, I think and focus

Correct me if I'm wrong

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Some things and corrections to the nonsense said here:

For those who think that the human eye is not (Milford) - Not only is the human eye (And modern cameras also mimic the way the eye and brain "create" a picture), it is also the fastest camera in the world. The speed at which the light in the eye is absorbed and processed (and reversed) into the image in the brain is enormous.

Shuy: First of all there is no such thing as "nests" in the eye. You get confused with "honesty" which is a type of light receptor that forms the retina along with the cones.

The cones are really at the center of the retina (called "macula") and are the ones that allow us to see the color and the central vision.

Around the macula are preparations that are responsible for peripheral vision and night vision. These light receptor cells turn the light that reaches the pupil into electrical signals that are then transferred to the brain - where we actually "see".

Anyone who wants to understand the difference between the preparations and the cones is a little better to go out on a dark night and try to look at something directly and then from the corner of the eye (while looking at a spot close to the first object). , Because we look at it through preparations that are more sensitive to light at night and are more exposed due to pupil expansion.

The eye really is not .

If you already want to compare it to something artificial - it's a sensor.

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I tried ... The eyes are kind of painful and she gets tired ...

If you want to focus, then you have this exercise that takes a pencil and sacrifices it to the poor and then the poor become squints

A. It's hilariously funny (for those who see it)

B. It's a nice experiment for Macros, I think and focus

Correct me if I'm wrong

Not really, 2 eyes see similar images but by a few degrees (I do not remember exactly how many) each other, the brain translates 2 into one 3D image In fact, a completely different picture is transmitted to the brain (one on the left side of the object only and one on the right side of the object only) - the brain that expects similar images one degree from the other 2 receives completely different images and does not know what to do with them. "You see a double, the brain does not know what to do with these pictures so it just moves on (To consciousness) the 2 images without processing to three-dimensional and so you see double.

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The eye really is not .

If you already want to compare it to something artificial - it's a sensor.

The eye is not a sensor, the cornea is the sensor, the eye includes a mechanism of focus, aperture lens, and a sensor.

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