The human eye scans images by panning focus along a certain path. Stork et al. (2002) revealed that there is a feedback process involved in moving ocular focus along a path that produces minimum ...
How can everyone have unique iris and fingerprints? After a certain amount of human beings have lived on earth, wouldn't it be possible to exhaust all possible combinations? The same principle ...
I've always wondered if having different iris colors, (eye colors) may have any advantages or disadvantages on ones vision. Specifically regarding the effects of light. Personally, I have troubles ...
Are the irises an exact match in a human's set of eyes? Assuming the eyes are healthy with 20/20 vision.
The iris contracts automatically in the presence of bright light. This makes a flashlight appear bright in darkness, but outside in daylight you can't even see it's light. The iris is changing your ...
I've read that the eye color at birth for most humans and for cats may not always be the the true genetic color at first. This is due to the lack of melanin in the iris. This makes sense as there is ...