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Unformatted text preview: the small size of the hole focuses the light on the back of the camera. Inside the camera, the paper acts as the retina and catches the projected image. The cardboard outside of the camera acts as the sclera in the eye, protecting the inner part of the camera. The camera is different from the eye because its lens does not change in thickness to focus the light on the paper/retina, and the...
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- Winter '07