Refractory Mechanism of the Human Eye

Created for Bausch + Lomb; BioScience Communications
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Light passing through the eye is referacted each time it crosses the interface between materials — air and the cornea, for example — resulting in a focused image on the light-sensing layer at the back of the eye: the retina.
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Bausch + Lomb
BioScience Communications