What's inside the eye?
The eye ball is completely surrounded by a layer of soft fatty tissue and placed comfortably inside a bony orbit.
The eye ball is completely surrounded by a layer of soft fatty tissue and placed comfortably inside a bony orbit. Optic Nerve
28-90mm The working principle of the eye is similar to that of the ordinary camera.
The reflected light from anything that we see around enters through the transparent cornea, aqueous humor, lens gets projected onto the photoreceptors of the and itreous humor retina and
SCLERA RETINA RIS ANTERLOR CHAMBER ARTERY LENS OPTIC NERVE OPTIC NERVE CILIARY BODY VIEN OPTIC DISC
The retina is one of the most important parts of the eye. It is the outermost layer of the eye and is primarily responsible for focusing the light that comes into our eyes.
Photoreceptor cell Cone cell Rod cell Retina - Fovea Blind spot
Iris Light enters the eye through the pupil, and the iris regulates the amount of light by controlling the size of the pupil. Pupil
VitreouS Humour LENS AQUEOUS HUMOUR