If you've ever rubbed your eyes and seen faint sparkles of light, you have demonstrated a surprising fact of sensory physiology.
A small crustacean called Daphnia provides evidence that larger eye size yields a reproductive advantage.
Eye movements can cause you to mistakenly perceive isolated objects as moving.
Researchers discover the link between pupil size and the brain's flow state.
REM sleep studies suggest that we "see" during our dream state.
Dung beetles use moonlight's polarization to guide its dung hunts.
Contact lenses bring objects into closer and clearer focus than glasses.
Parents' line of vision is eye-catching to infants.
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