THE CORNEA LENS AND THE RETINA
Today we completed our models of the human eye. We learned how light passes through the cornea lens and the pupil to project an image onto the "screen" or the retina at the back of our eyes. The image is projected upside down and our brain translates it so our world is right side up. We learned how the cornea and the retina have to be just the right distance apart for the world to be in focus. People with glasses have an eyeball that is slightly too long or too short. Luckily an extra lens can correct the vision!
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