Focusing your eyes on a recursive mirror effect

Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by Pincho Paxton, Mar 16, 2012.

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    I remember having a discussion a few years ago about how eyes focus on 3D movies. There were two opinions...

    1/ Eyes focus always on the TV screen.
    2/ Eyes focus on 3D objects in front of the screen.

    I felt that I could focus in front of the TV, because the TV was out of focus in the background of what I was looking at.

    Anyway. I just made a recursive mirror effect with two mirrors. And I noticed that I could focus separately on all of the individual mirrors. That seems a bit strange. Can anyone explain it?
     
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    Mod note: Pincho has been permanently banned by an Administrator. Given this, and his acknowledged status as a poster of pseudoscience, I see no reason to persevere with this thread. Closed and redirected.
     
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