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It's caused by a sudden shift in the pressure needed to circulate blood to your brain which your body fails to respond to sufficiently quickly. This results in a sudden loss of blood pressure termed Orthostatic Hypotension which, in term, results in a transitory reduction in the blood supply necessary for brain function. You experience a momentary loss of ...


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Light can affect retina in many ways [1]: photothermal mechanisms - exposure to intense flashes of less than 20 microseconds that cause a rise in temperature of at least 10 degrees Celsius [5]; photomechanical mechanisms - exposure to flashes shorter than 5 nanoseconds [5]; photochemical mechanisms - light is absorbed by a chromophore and leads to the ...


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Normal people see color due to the bellow mentioned combination of red, green and blue: But due to genetic factors, The graph Distorts: Now,If consider the normal Color code for yellow: Yellow = R(255) + G(255) + B(0) Or in other words Max. Red + Max. Green + no Blue = Yellow That means even if you can see a little of Red and Green, you can still a ...


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No, the L axis in the HSL color space does not really correspond to lightness as perceived by the human eye, except in the very crudest sense that, for given values of the H and S components, increasing L produces an increase in the perceived lightness. The L component of the standard HSL color space is simply calculated as the average of the lowest and the ...



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