2.3.1.A VisualPerception - Activity 2.3.1 Visual Perception Introduction Except for your brain the eyes are the most complex organ you possess Your eyes

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Activity 2.3.1 Visual Perception Introduction Except for your brain, the eyes are the most complex organ you possess. Your eyes are composed of over two million working parts. Their coordinated action can instantaneously set in motion hundreds of muscles and organs in the body. Your eyes allow you to track a fly ball into a baseball glove. They can help you pick out the perfect color to paint your room. Your eyes can help you find your best friend at a crowded concert. These amazing organs process light in a way that allows us to perceive color, to judge depth, to sense movement, and to enjoy optical illusions. All these components of a visual scene merge so that we have one combined sensory experience. In this activity you will explore the physiology of human vision. You will perform a series of tests to explore and assess many characteristics of human visual perception, including visual acuity, depth perception, color vision, peripheral vision, and illusions.
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