Tuesday, 5 July 2011
"Space was very contracted and compacted. So if I looked at a tree, the leaves or the branches would appear to overlap one in front of another. But I didn't actually see the pockets of space between the actual branches. So the world was actually smaller and more contracted before my vision changed."Susan Barry, Neurobiologist
Full interview with Susan Barry here, who gained 3D vision at the age of 48.