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A convex lens projects an image that is upside down If the image on your retina is upside down why doesn't the world look upside down to you?

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Theresa Perry on October 8, 2018

Because that is how the brain is organized. Once processed, the brain knows which way the image should be. While their eyes ' lenses can create an inverted (upside down) image, the brain automatically corrects, so there is no "upside down" to be noticed.


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