How we see our world - perception and anatomy of the eye?

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Blindspot- The area of the Retina where the optic nerve leaves so it has not rods or cones.

Visual cortex- The area at the back of the Brain which interprets visual information.

Optic Chaisma- The cross shape where some of the information from each of the eyes (left and right) crosses over to pass to the oposite side of the Brain.

Optic Nerve- A bundle of nerve cells that lead out from the Retina at the back of the eye.

Perception- The way the brain makes sense of the visual image detected by the eyes.

Retina- The…


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