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……………………………………..We ‘see’ electro-chemical changes.

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The brain’s visual system gets very little inputs from the world itself. Much of what we “see” comes from dataprocessing.
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We need mathematics to explain ‘vision’.
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Staring at a car engine was not enough to discover the laws of thermodynamics. We needed physics and mathematics.
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“The job of the theorist, as I see it, is we take these facts and put them together in a coherent picture. Experimentalists can’t tell you what makes something work.”
-Lai-Sang Young
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Neurons in the visual cortex interact to detect the edges of objects and changes in contrast.

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The eye, as a lens, receives light and projects a copy of our visual field onto the retina in the back of the eye. The retina is connected to the brain’s visual cortex in the back of the head.
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