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Biophotonic and photobiological sensors: an attempt at a synthesizor approach
Martín Pereda, José Antonio
Biophotonic and photobiological sensors: an attempt at a synthesizor approach.
Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, España, pp. 233-257.
In order to try to apply nature-related learned concepts to optical sensors and to smart structures, and after some considerations concerning the differences between biophotonic andphotobiological sensors, some Sensory Physiology notions are presented. The influence of the subjective notions of perception are shown. Several examples are given of sensory illusions and the differences between seeing and interpreting. Different types of eyes, ranging from the compound to the mammalian eyes, are studied. A first interpretation of the previous facts concludes the paper as well as some considerations about the chaos as a possible tool to interpret them.
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