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November 9, 2020
The eye recognises colour by waves projected from surfaces, where light was absorbed or reflected, transmitted or deflected. These alterations give depth to what can be seen and conveyed information about surface texture. She recalled talk of visible and invisible spectrum, warm and cool tones, and how they might aid perception. As patterns started to appear, she hesitated to jump to conclusions: relying only on visual input to form judgements might prove fatal but was better than being blinded by this terrain. Using trial and error rather than relying on her automatic responses seemed like the best bet going forward.