IrlenIrlen Syndrome is a specific visual perception disorder that affects the way the artist distinguishes visual information. The brain is unable to process full spectral light making her unable to see in 3D, leaving her incapable to differentiate environmental factors such as lighting, high contrast, patterns and colours. In simple terms, some signals from the eye are not getting to the brain whole. While the eye might be functioning correctly, the brain receives an indicator that is processed like a double exposed picture where the location of items is confused. The brain tried to filter out the 'bad' information and so the aware mind receives a restructured image that lacks information or is considered as a falsified communication of reality.
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