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the notes on how the eye perceives images
Introduction to Visual Communication Design
Stacey Stewart
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aunjela Latham on Wednesday September 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to VICO 1014 at Ohio University taught by Stacey Stewart in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views.


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Date Created: 09/21/16
Eyes: Outside In    ❏ The cornea starts the bending and focusing   ❏ Cornea, Aqueous Humor, Pupil, Iris, Lens  ❏ The inner lining absorbs the light vitreous humor, rods, cones (Retina) Fovea (which we  see sharpness, high detail)  ❏ Where the optic nerve exits the is a blind spot   ❏ The back of the eye has a blind spot caused by the optic nerve   ❏ Brain is a multi functioning organ that is the most important  ❏ Visual processing involves (finish)  Optic Nerve  ❏ Optic nerve cross and mix at the optic chiasma   ❏ Carries signals through the Thalamus and (Limbic system)  ❏ Delivers to the Visual Cortex (occipital lobe)  ❏ Every second we see the signal  follows the same path back to the visual cortex   ❏ Anything broken down in the back causes confusion, temp. Blindness, stumbling,  concussion  Visual Cortex  ❏ Visual cortex deconstructs signal  ❏ Identifies who,what,where  ❏ Two way neral response  ❏ Passes on to Hippocampus for processing into memory   ❏ Visual recognition  ❏ Memory recognition  What the brain sees  ➢ Color   ➢ Form  ➢ Depth   ➢ Movement  ➢ Faces         


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