Date : 06 April 2022
How the Eyes Can Receive Lighting ?
Without light, humans cannot see, be it natural things such as the sun or from lamps, the light rays will reflect on the surface of objects. If the object is within your field of view, the reflected light will enter your eye by first passing through the cornea. Bottom of Form The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped layer that covers the front of the eye. This clear coating helps focus light.
After the cornea, how much light enters the eye deeper will be controlled by the iris. To do that, the iris will either shrink or enlarge to change the size of the pupil. Then the light will be captured by the eye lens to be passed on to the retina at the back of the eye.
The eyepiece can adjust its shape depending on whether the light is bouncing close to you or far away. Well, in the retina there are a number of special cells called photoreceptors that convert light into electrical signals. These electrical signals will travel from the eye to the brain via the optic nerve pathway to be translated as an image of the object we see.
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