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Eyesight test chart
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Eyesight test chart
Walter Cranes Garland
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Walter Cranes Garland
3 Fatima Visionaries
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3 Fatima Visionaries
Vision of Angels / Dante
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Vision of Angels / Dante
Poster, Lourdes, France
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Poster, Lourdes, France
Bernadette and Mary
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Bernadette and Mary
Colour blindness test
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Colour blindness test
Bernadettes 1st Vision
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Bernadettes 1st Vision
Iris of the eye, SEM
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Iris of the eye, SEM
Iris of the eye, SEM Featured Image

Iris of the eye, SEM

Iris of the eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the inner surfaces of the iris and adjoining structures in the human eye. At far right (blue) is the edge of the pupil, the hole that allows light into the eye. Coloured mauve is the iris which controls the size of the pupil and therefore how much light will enter. The band of folds down the centre (red) are the ciliary processes. These secrete fluids that nourish neighbouring parts of the eye. They are also the sites of attachment for the long, thin zonule filaments (yellow and green) which are responsible for suspending the lens (unseen). Magnification: unknown

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Set of glass eyeballs
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Set of glass eyeballs
Comrade in White
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Comrade in White
Corbetts Vision
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Corbetts Vision
Saint Teresa of Avila
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Saint Teresa of Avila
Eye anatomy, artwork
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Eye anatomy, artwork
Penrose stairs, artwork
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Penrose stairs, artwork
Robidas rotating house
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Robidas rotating house
Eye anatomy, artwork Featured Image

Eye anatomy, artwork

Eye anatomy, computer artwork. At the front of the eye is the cornea, a transparent coating. Behind this is the lens, which is partly covered by the iris. The lens focuses light on the retina at the back of the eye. Light sensitive cells in the retina transmit impulses to the brain via the optic nerve. Behind the retina is the choroid, which contains blood vessels that nourish the back of the eye. The outer layer is the sclera, the white of the eye. The eyeball is filled with a gelatinous substance called vitreous humor. Several muscles hold the eyeball in place and allow it to rotate

© FRANCIS LEROY, BIOCOSMOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

St Teresa with Christ
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St Teresa with Christ
Goblet illusion
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Goblet illusion
Contact lenses
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Contact lenses
Vision, Rue Du Bac
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Vision, Rue Du Bac
ALACOQUE'S VISION 1675
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ALACOQUE'S VISION 1675
Peripheral drift illusion
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Peripheral drift illusion
Ouchi illusion
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Ouchi illusion
Goblet illusion Featured Image

Goblet illusion

Goblet illusion. This image is simultaneously a drawing of a goblet and two faces. When there are two competing interpretations of an ambiguous image the brain will often switch between them. So a viewer of this image, which has been around in some form since the 18th century, may see a white goblet for a while, but then change to seeing two black faces in profile. It is impossible to see both at the same time. It is also impossible to view this as abstract shapes - once the brain knows the form of a goblet and of a face in profile it must assign one of the two to its interpretation of this image

© SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

The Ascension of Jesus
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The Ascension of Jesus

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