Visual Effects And How The Eye Works

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My project is over visual effects and how the eye works. This project was chosen because I have always wondered how the human eye works and Visual trickery. Also because sometimes some visual illusions are impossible to figure out and are really cool so I am very interested on how they work and how to create one on my own. How do visual illusions work on the human eye? This paragraph is going to be about to the receptive field.”The receptive field is a term originally coined by Sherrington (1960) to describe an area of the body surface where a stimulus could elicit a reflex” (Alonso). The receptive field is important because it helps explain what it is and how it works. ”Retinal ganglion cells located at the center of vision…show more content…
With stimuli of fixed sizes they first demonstrate the perceptual shift, which increases with eccentricity. Shifts aren’t naturally thin with variations of stimuli’s size. Each eccentricity the perceptual shifts scale is matter of fact scale-independent. The scale independence is for the aftereffect because of the discrimination thresholds decrease as the size increases (Ahissar). is important because it explains what Spatial Vision/aftereffects are more in depth. Color Vision helps see color in the world.”Binocular dysfunctions such as suppression and anomalous correspondence demonstrate cortical adaption’s in the eye-brain function maintain some level of visual performance” , (American Optometric Association). Talking about what helps maintain visual performance. Process of the binocular vision is a reflection of very complex interactions with the eye-brain continuum. Inputs of both the patients’ eyes to the brain must be together at the same time for the “neural binocular summation” to occur. The eyes being aligned is maintained “via” for the ongoing working together of the brain and the eyes (American Optometric Association). Showing how the eye-brain coordination works with binocular vision. “Color vision deficiency is the inability to distinguish certain shades of color o in ore severe cases, see colors at all” (American Optometric Association). Talks about color vision deficiency. The Human eye. When your eye pulls a flatten lens
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