Melbourne: New research has revealed that human eyes evolved to see a world that contains more darkness than light.
Ratcliff and colleagues then constructed artificial images that matched the statistical characteristics of natural ones and computed the optimal configuration of OFF and ON cells for visual processing. They found the best configuration of cells contained densely clustered regions of OFF cells, similar to the layout found in the human retina."It’s a natural evolutionary response to the images we see," ABC Science quoted Associate Professor Ian Trounce from the Centre for Eye Research Australia, as saying.Their findings appear this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. ANI
Pakistan violates ceasefire again, opens fire at RS Pura sector in J&K
Modi to lead BJP Parliamentary Party in both houses of Parliament
BJP will continue animosity with Moradabad SSP for years: Laxmikant Bajpai
UPSC aspirants protest outside Rajnath Singh`s residence