Friday, 9 February 2018

Scientists make tiny 3D glasses for insects to understand how they see the world

Scientists make tiny 3D glasses for insects to understand how they see the world

Scientists fitted praying mantises with tiny 3D glasses to understanding how they see the world, and discovered the insects have a “completely new form” of vision unlike that of any other known creature. Researchers used beeswax to glue the miniature eyewear to the faces of mantises and study how their vision compares to human sight.

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