How Does the Brain Process Visual Information?

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For the brain to process visual information, light waves must first pass through the eyes. The sensitive photoreceptors of the retina then transmits the electrochemical feeds from the eye to the brain. The visual centers of the brain then process and decode the transmitted signals, which is now perceived as visual information.
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