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Scientists have hypothesized that the human eye (http://www.
This more closely approximates the non-spherical color space of human vision - the way the human eye sees color - rather than the arbitrary, mathematically defined color space of pure theory.
The human eye is a GRIN lens," said Michael Ponting, polymer scientist and president of PolymerPlus, an Ohio-based Case Western Reserve spinoff launched in 2010.
One major problem: Every human eye contains a finite number of the helpful proteins.
Contributors from medicine, the physical sciences, and technological fields explore ways to model and image the human eye as a benchmark by which clinicians can identify and measure eye diseases at an early stage.
A higher gloss surface is said to appear darker to the human eye than a flatter surface, even if they are the exact same color.
Although the fish may dazzle the human eye with scarlet, rose, yellow, turquoise, emerald, and dozens of other shades, some theorists have proposed that, in the complexity of a reef, the riot offish colors serves as camouflage.
The result is the simultaneous presence of sights that for the human eye would ordinarily be successive; an insignificant fragment of landscape becomes an endles s source of visual information.
Light that is visible to the human eye occupies an extremely small part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
He peers through a microscope and slices away a sliver of cornea, the outer gelatinous layer of the human eye.
These lenses absorb 99+ percent of all photo wavelengths considered hazardous to human eye tissue - including ultraviolet and blue-light up to 475 nanometers in the wavelength spectrum.
New York, June 13 ( ANI ): Scientists led by an Indian researcher have discovered a previously unknown layer lurking in the human eye.

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