Subject: To what color are the eye and the brain most sensitive? Are they different?
Date: Wed Apr 19 17:36:43 2000
Posted by Lee
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I always thought the answer was red, but someone else told me that the eye
itself is most sensitive to yellow-green, so now I am confused! In my
question I mean, is there a difference between what color the eye gives
the greatest nerve response to and what color the part of the brain that
deals with visual perception responds most to, and if so what are they?
Re: To what color are the eye and the brain most sensitive? Are they different?
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