Myths about the Eye
Old wives’ tales and myths about eyesight abound. From eating carrots to looking at the computer screen we separate fact from fiction for you about your eyes. Were you always told that carrots will make our eyes strong? While carrots are high in vitamin A, essential for good vision…
Statistics help us understand subjects we are learning about and put knowledge into context. Our collection of statistics will tell you everything from what percentage of boys are color blind to the importance of prevention — wearing the proper eye protection will prevent 90 percent of eye injuries.
Optical illusions are images we perceive differently than they really are. They use color, light and patterns to create images that deceive or mislead our brain. Our eyes gather information that is processed by the brain and “tricks” us into perceiving something that does not match the true image.
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