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4 facts tagged with Vision Facts
When you look up at the blue sky and see white dots flying around, you’re actually seeing your own white blood cells.
There's a woman named Veronica Seider who had vision 20x better than average. She could identify people more than a mile (1.6km) away.
Those things you see in your eyes when you stare into space are called Mouches Voltanes, which are also broadly referenced to as Floaters.
When you are looking at someone you love, your pupils dilate, they do the same when you are looking at someone you hate.