Even if the laser power is low it can be hazardous to the person 's eyesight, Moderate and high-power lasers also can be hazardous because they can burn the retina of the eye and cause permanent damage in seconds. Lasers can also cause damage in biological tissues, both to the eye and to the skin. 5.1. Laser radiation hazards Thermal effects laser radiation injury, but photo-chemical effects can also be of concern for specific wavelengths of laser radiation. Some lasers are so powerful that can hazardous the eye.
The authors found out that color vision can play a vital role in guidance of visual behavior when one creates conditions under which a purely chromatic signal can automatically attract attention. Therefore the parvocellular stream is related to motion processing and is capable of automatic attentional capture. However, the findings also demonstrate that motion perception involves both the magnocellular stream and parvocellular stream. The study seems to demonstrate that the parvocellular stream is responsible for the pure chromatic cuing, yet more research still needs to be done since there is an imprecise relationship between the psychophysically defined chromatic signal and the response of physiological streams. These findings also imply and give support for color vision as an important part of human survival, such as the fruit theory does with detecting an
When we observe actions and/or emotions of someone else our brain will mirror this action and/or emotion. I found this concept interesting, because it made me think of the word, empathy. Many people feel as though they are empathetic, however, are not actually understanding the feelings of someone else, relating to the mirror fallacy. The mirror fallacy, continues by stating that people can only truly be mirroring when they have the exact same body and brain as the other does; this is hard to determine depending on the person. Therefore, the concept of mirroring can definitely mislead us, making us feel as though we are experiencing the same action and/or emotion as another, even if they are feeling the total opposite way.
7. What do you think is the most challenging aspect of working with light in photography? How can you try to reduce this challenge? The most challenging with working with light is that there are many types of different lighting depending on what type of photograph you decide to go for. A way to reduce this challenge is to practice with different types of lighting and test how each work.
Larger soundbites are given to certain portions of the program and could persuade a viewer into believing and thinking one way when it could not be entirely true. This persuasive style of reporting can be a major consequence for an average viewer. Viewer’s will get drawn in to all of the glitz and the glamour of the broadcast and may miss out on key pieces of information, which can eventually lead to viewers drawing false
The analysis of the qualitative assessment results identifies several usability problems that need to be considered in more detail. One of these problems has to do with the cognitive load. According to Zahavi  information overload appears when the ability to perceive and understand is exceeded by the amount of informatin presented by a user interface, to the point of facilitating information processing errors. Further work related with this topic should be done, namely to achieve a better organization of the information and an improved version of the graphical design, too flat with poor color contrast. In addition to problems with the cognitive load, the analysis indicates potential problems in the effective presentation of the information.
The staple symptom of Dissociative Identity Disorder; however, is displaying multiple separate identities. Patients will display two or more different personalities that differ from their own. The identities, also known as alters, have different physical characteristics, name, and gestures. The different identities arise during different circumstances and situations. The identities may also retain certain memories that the patient does not remember, so they are better equipped with dealing with certain issues the patient may not be handle.
Other changes like the percipitate or the blue layer were because of concentration change. The observations made support the conclusion, as the colors did change due to the equilibrium shift. Although by observing the qualitative data we can see that the results observed may be inefficient because it was based only on our observasions and we could have different perspectives on the colors. To further this experiment you would look into other complex’s that could further affect the Cobalt Chloride. Looking into what other stress’s that could be added to shift the equilibrium constants.
Sunglasses at MBIS? Kiera O’Malley The sun is a very powerful object that can benefit us enormously. However, the Sun can also negatively affect us and our eyes in particular can be severely damaged. Should students at MBIS be allowed to wear sunglasses or would doing so cause many problems? The Sun can cause problems for our eyes.
This can cause a negative impact on the person’s concentration, energy, mood, and on a regular basis it can affect their overall health. If the disorder was not treated well, it can deteriorate and be a way to get another medical problem. Eventually, these disorders can be treated in many ways including lifestyle changes. Sleep disorder can be diagnosed in many ways including polysomnography