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GlowFlex™ POWER/The Eye/The Brain
field of vision for the human eye is 60 degrees, measured 30
degrees from each eye. Practical peripheral vision spans 120
degrees. Claims of peripheral vision to 180° are made. As we go
further from 60°, we lose focus. Only blurs of movement and
light are distinguished between 120° and 180°.
The retina of the eye is a transducer, tied (wired) directly to the brain. When the image from the retina to the brain stimulates intense interest (brightness), the field of vision immediately narrows to 6 degrees as the brain demands extreme focus. Images outside this 6° path of focal interest are left abandoned by the brain and dismissed as superficially unimportant. They remain there, but are insignificant.
GlowFlex™ PolyPosters™, GlowFlex™ PolyPosters™ and DigiGlowFlex PolyProducts™ take full advantage of the Power of ReRadiation. They absorb Light Energy then send out, up to 300 times the available ambient Light Energy to the viewers retina moving directly to the brain, creating intense stimulation through the brightness of our Xtreme GloFlex Inks™. Once the 6 degree focus criteria is met, all surrounding advertising images are abandoned by the brain and retina. They are still there, but of no consequence.
This human physiological reaction is as predictable as breathing. Both are involuntary reflex actions and thus guaranteed to occur. The relationship between the eye and the brain continues with the brain commanding focus, as long as the eyelid is open, allowing the retina to receive images. Eye function is never independent of the brain.
Now, for your own test. Try to focus on the Smirnoff-Fiesta poster to the left of our Crossroads of the West Gun Shows GlowFlex™PolyPoster™. Which poster continues to draw your focus?
Uncanny isnt it?
The Power of
ReRadiation of Light Energy thru GlowFlex™
Colorants is harnessed by our exclusive Xtreme
GlowFlex™ Ink Formulations and is even more
dramatic when viewed live and in person. Photographs only
hint of the brightness of our posters.
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