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When you stare at a particular color for too long, these receptors get "tired" or "fatigued." When you then look a different background, the receptors that are tired do not work as well. You might see that the top one is smaller, but they are the same size. This inverted "T" has two lines...they the same length? I copied one line and pasted it on the bottom of the first line. It probably looks like arc C is part of the largest circle.Therefore, the information from all of the different color receptors is not in balance. Hmmm..the center circle on the right the same size as the center circle on the left? The top one looks smaller because the shorter arc of the top figure is next to the large arc of the bottom figure. However, all the arcs are actually from the SAME circle.To find your blind spot, look at the image below or draw it on a piece of paper: To draw the blind spot tester on a piece of paper, make a small dot on the left side separated by about 6-8 inches from a small on the right side. Hold the image (or place your head from the computer monitor) about 20 inches away. Slowly bring the image (or move your head) closer while looking at the . At a certain distance, the blue line will not look broken!! The In the next two images, again close your right eye.At a certain distance, the dot will disappear from sight..is when the dot falls on the blind spot of your retina. Close your left eye and look at the dot with your right eye. This is because your brain is "filling in" the missing information. With your left eye, look at the numbers on the right side, starting with the number "1." You should be able to see the "sad face" (top image) or the gap in the blue line (bottom image) in your peripheral vision.Move the image slowly closer to you and the should disappear. This next image allows you to see another way your brain fills in the blind spot. Keep your head still, and with your left eye, look at the other numbers. You should see the red dot in your peripheral vision. The red dot will move from the left to the right and disappear and reappear as the dot moves into and out of your blind spot.The sad face should disappear when you get to "4" and reappear at about "7." Similarly the blue line will appear complete between "4" and "7." Here is another image to show your blind spot. in the retina of your eyes, there are three types of color receptors (cones) that are most sensitive to either red, blue or green.Around 1940, New Yorker staff writer Joe Mitchell meets Joe Gould, a Greenwich Village character who cadges meals, drinks, and contributions to the Joe Gould Fund and who is writing a ...
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