Eyes of the Chameleon

“In an effort to see more (information) with the less (our normal vision system) that we humans are endowed with, Axel Kilian did some interesting basic re

“In an effort to see more (information) with the less (our normal vision system) that we humans are endowed with, Axel Kilian did some interesting basic research in 2000. He posited the ability of looking at a space of complex information by placing specific points of focus throughout the space. Usually when we look at a space of information, we look at one particular area. In Axel’s vision (no pun intended), you can point to three or more spots in the space where you can request specific attention to clarity. The result is being able to see at more places than one, simultaneously.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE