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How technology is helping us see the unseeable

 There’s so much more to life than what we can see with the naked eye.    We’re unable to see — or at least register — certain things that happen right before us, because they happen too fast.   Sometimes, we miss out on subtle colour transitions and contrasts that could help us see more clearly and make a more informed split-second decision.   Occasionally, our slightly narrow field of view prevents us from seeing something happening on our periphery.
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