There’s a debate raging over which image is best for the eye.
And it seems that the debate will continue for the foreseeable future.
In a series of posts on his Facebook page, the image-maker and technology expert V. Venkateshwaran talks about a controversial topic: the effectiveness of the diffusing sphere.
The controversial issue is whether it’s best to use a sphere or not.
In an interview with NDTV, Mr. Venkshwaram explains how he sees this issue and the issues surrounding it.
“I’ve seen this debate over diffusing spheres on a lot of different forums.
I’ve also seen people say the sphere is a better option than the image.
The debate is not just over whether it is a sphere but also the fact that there is a lot more of the sphere than there is of the image,” he says.
Mr. Venkoshwaranan’s view is that the sphere will not help the eyes in any way, as it is only an area around the pupil, not the whole eye.
“The only way the sphere can help in a real sense is to let the pupil dilate,” he adds.
“The problem with the sphere in this case is that it has to be focused on the area around it to get any effect.
So if you put a sphere on the surface of the eye, it won’t help in this sense.
The more the pupil dilation becomes, the worse the effect will be,” he continues.”
As far as the eye is concerned, the sphere works better as it has a fixed shape, the pupil is not moving and it is focused on that one area.
The other eye, which is a much wider field of view, will benefit from a diffusing lens.
The sphere can work as a diffuser but there are no clear benefits,” he notes.”
If the sphere goes on too long and the pupil goes down, the eye will not be able to see what you see,” he elaborates.
“It is not clear whether the sphere makes the eyes more sensitive to light, but this is what we know from studies in other studies.
It is definitely not a good idea to use the sphere for everything, just to help the pupil relax,” he concludes.
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