Vision & Eyesight – Not Quite the Same
Each camera’s lens, flash, shutter, and other components are all in perfect working order. It’s just how they work together to interpret the image that affects final picture quality. Similarly, many people can have 20/20 eyesight but see the world very differently.
Eyesight is only a measure of the eyes’ innate response to incoming light, tested by reading a chart at 20 feet. Vision, however, is the interpretation of that light and how it integrates with all of the eyes’ components and the conscious mind.
How Eyes Work – Photographers of Everyday Life
How your brain interprets these images guides you in just about everything you do.
Seeing is Believing
When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes
When your visual skills are not functioning optimally—you start to lose focus. You’re no longer able to believe your eyes because they’re not accurately reflecting what’s in front of you.
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Please Note: The EYEPORT has not been evaluated for dyslexia or other specific reading disorders. Furthermore, non-medical claims refer to the improvement of visual capabilities in normal, non-pathological eyes.
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