#1
I used to think circle but then it change to ellipse and now it's a cross between ellipse and rectangle.
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its not a shape, but the word that comes to mind is panoramic

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#6
Two intersecting hemispheres.
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#11
this is the most amazing thread.
I see in a fat hot dog shape.
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#18
rectangular?
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#20
Panoramic........three dimensional for all intents and purposes.

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#22
Quote by rabidguitarist
Two intersecting hemispheres.


Intersecting is right

hemispheres isn't (I'm pretty sure they would be circles or ellipses)
#23
did you know the most extreme points of your peripheral vision are in black and white, but you'll never be able to look at it!! O,O
#25
can you really define that tho? you look in one direction and you could try to describe that shape, but then you move your eyes to the right and it completely changes. also depends if you are talking about what you can "see" or what you can see in your peripheral vision. and defining the two of them is well....

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#26
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Intersecting is right

hemispheres isn't (I'm pretty sure they would be circles or ellipses)


The lens in front of your pupil is convex, which means light gets refracted into it from more directions that directly forward.
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#27
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can you really define that tho? you look in one direction and you could try to describe that shape, but then you move your eyes to the right and it completely changes. also depends if you are talking about what you can "see" or what you can see in your peripheral vision. and defining the two of them is well....

to TS. thank you for a question that is a total mind**** and is going to cause me to think about it all day


I have no idea if this is right, but I kinda think of it as a cone of vision coming out of each eye. If you look to the left or right, the shapes you see in are going to be some sort of conic sections like an ellipse. also, when you look into the distance, the closer the shape comes to being a circle

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Quote by rabidguitarist
The lens in front of your pupil is convex, which means light gets refracted into it from more directions that directly forward.


I hadn't thought about that, perhaps my cone theory would give way to some sort of hemisphere. I guess I really am not sure how the cornea and back of the eye interact.
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#29
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I see in a star shape



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