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accepted How do we know the brain flips images projected on the retina back around?
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comment How do we know the brain flips images projected on the retina back around?
Thank you for your efforts. This article seems to point out we can function normally despite inverted vision, i.e. without (the return of) upright vision. So as stated in my first post, why bother with flipping images after the retina if we can deal with the input either way? And how do we know we do?
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comment How do we know the brain flips images projected on the retina back around?
The body merely adds the 'why' aspect, the question as stated in the title is also in there: 'I don't see (...) and how we'd ever be able to figure out if...' - Both are interesting and very much related.
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comment How do we know the brain flips images projected on the retina back around?
That'd be appreciated :).
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