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A Vision of Model Eyes

If you look up close at the eyes of a fruit
fly, you will see that its big eyes are
actually made up of hundreds of small eyes.
There are two types of these small eye units,
and they are distributed randomly. “I was so
fascinated by this,” explains Dr. Robert
Johnston, Assistant Professor at... Read more

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