Variations Of Muller

Visual Perception
Visual Perception
Visual Perception Visual Perception is the ability of our sense organs to translate physical energy from the environment into electrical impulses processed by the brain. For example, light, in the form rays, causes receptor cells in our eyes to activate and send signals to the brain. But we do not understand these signals as pure energy. The messages are then split up in the brain and images are sorted into parts of the brain depending on size shape and colour. This process of visual perception