Your eyes work a lot like a camera. The lens of a camera focuses light onto the film inside. The ...
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Your eyes work a lot like a camera. The lens of a camera focuses light onto the film inside. The cornea and lens in the front of the eye focus light onto the back, where light-sensitive tissue called the retina is located. When the retina receives an image, it sends a signal through the optic nerve to the brain for the image to be developed.

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