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Minaxi Patel

Does light intensity affect your peripheral vision?

I wonder if the light intensity affects the peripheral vision? If so, what's the influence on eyes in intensive light?
11/22/2012

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  • hall

    Well, it seems that you care a lot about your eyes, good for you really. So, as a matter of fact, our vision is comprised of two parts, the central vision, and the peripheral vision. So, as far as I know, the light intensity could affect both of the two visions, and generally speaking, some modest light intensity could make you feel comfortable, however, in intensive light conditions, our eyes and vision could be greatly affected.
    11/23/2012
  • hand_in_glove_

    Well, generally speaking, the light sensitivity will affect the peripheral vision. So what is peripheral vision? As we know that our retina, which is the focal plane of the eye and containing photosensitive cells, is less damaged there than in the central part. The central part of retina is constantly in use, and when we overuse it for many years, it will make you suffer accumulated damage from excessive, and making you have light sensitivity. And then it can just affect the peripheral vision, which is the natural auric sight. So you should just be careful about it.
    11/26/2012
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