How does the Lens of An Eye Focus?


The lens of they focus using muscles behind the eye. For near objects the ciliary muscles will contract using zonular fibers to relax which causes the lens to become rounder which shortens the focal length allowing the objects to be seen up close.
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A lens of an eye will focus by the distance that you're looking, causing the actual lens of the eye to change shape. This changing of the lens based upon the light of the area you're viewing, adjusts the retina to give you a better image.
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