Function of Blind Spot?

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The blind spot doesn't actually have a 'function'. The light-sensing cells are at the back of the retina, placed in a tincture layer. This tincture layer has two major functions: it keeps the rods and cones alive and working, and absorbs any light that wasn't 'sensed' by those cells.
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It is not a function, it is where the optic nerve connect from the eye to the brain. Because of this there are no photo-receptors at that point.
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The blind spot is an obstruction of the visual field. The blind spot is the place in the visual field that corresponds to the lack of light detecting cells on the optic disk of the
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1. Park your vehicle in a safe location. 2. Sit in the driver's seat and adjust driver's and passenger's side mirrors to view the road on both sides, not the back of your vehicle.
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1 Get a piece of white paper and place it on a flat surface. 2 With your left hand, position your index finger and middle finger to be roughly the same distance away as the distance
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