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DateDate: 27-03-2019, 06:43

Scientists have created a virtual reality application that allows you to see the world around us as primates see it.
The program allows you to see the world the way it sees tarsiers. This writes "racurs".
Long-eater is a nocturnal animal from the forests of Southeast Asia. Their gigantic eyes have exceptional visual sensitivity. Also, these animals are somewhat similar to the characters in the film "Gremlins."
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Tarsier Goggles, contains three virtual environments - "Matrix", "Labyrinth" and "Rainy Forest Bornean", demonstrating how the vision of the tarsier is different from human in terms of sharpness, color vision and brightness. Bornei tarsii have protanopia, the form of red-green color blindness.
With virtual reality glasses, users can move through the forest, jump and cling to trees in “dark maze-like space, and do everything to feel like a real tarsier.
Scientists note that their application can be used as a learning tool in the school program. Most ninth and tenth grade students in the United States study optics and natural selection.
Professor of anthropology Nathaniel Dominie is confident that these topics need to be combined and considered from the point of view of optical principles. This will help to understand why natural selection contributes to such huge eyes in such a tiny predator.
The human eye is made up of muscles, the good health of these muscles depends on how good the person’s vision is. Today, most people spend a lot of time looking at tiny text on smartphones and computer screens. This often leads to eye fatigue, which can further affect the development of various eye problems.