Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Perceiving Reality. Every experience that can be had is a probability within our consciousness. Our experience is created in the Mind and is always 1/10 of a second delayed from reality. This delay is attributed to the processing time frame that occurs in the brain. When we visually perceive our environment, the photoreceptor neurons in the retina collect the light (frequencies) and send signals to a network of neurons that then generate electrical impulses that go to the brain. The brain then processes those impulses and gives information about what we are seeing to the self-aware experiencer, the conscious Mind.
"Visual pathway through the Eye" /
"Visual pathways in the human brain"
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
The Second Design Book I choose to read and write about is one I picked out because of its beautiful side containing the text “eternally yours.” Also on the cover picture you see a couple kissing caught my eyes. When opening this book you see more photos of couples in love. Also this book is a sort of edited version because its full of marks made by former readers. This gives me the feeling that the book is very interesting, without even reading it. In my last posting I wrote about my questioning about the Why? Now I found out what the most important reason is to pick one book over the others. It’s not about the texts cause I can hardly find the effort to read it. It’s about my unconscious mind. For people who are interested in this book and not in my personal bullshit you can find this book about visions on product endurance in the library of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy under the number 770,6 hin 11