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15.10 Threshold of Vision
Most people don't resolve points with this separation.
If we assume that there must be three unexcited cones between the areas of vision, we can explain the limits of resolution.
The size of the smallest detail can be determined by the eye.
To see the smallest detail, the object must be brought to the closest point on which the eye can focus.
Light is absorbed by the photosensitive rods and cones.
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