donderdag, maart 24, 2005


neurology of vision

the reticonocortical component of the vizual pathwar extends from the retina to the primary visual context. the retina converts focused light rays into neural signals and enhances the contrast between viewed objects and surroundings. these enhanced signals are then transmitted via the lateral geniculate body to the primary visual cortex, where luminance, color, and position features are seperately processed.
yep, that's the thing me always says to the barman to get a free drink...
it doesn't work...
instead he hits you like 5 whiskeys on the rocks in a row

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