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Experiencing Light's Properties Within Your Own Eye
1.The Fresnel equations quantify the reflection as a function of the refractive indices.
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6.You may notice a slight displacement in the vertical black line due to the vertical alignment of the subpixels on a color LCD screen. I find I am able to use the chromatic aberration in my eye to just about cancel this out.
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9.There are few to no receptors for blue light in the very center‐most part of our vision and this also helps counter the effects of chromatic aberration.
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13.You can also see the shadow of the wrinkle in the cornea that results from squinting.
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