Mike Fahey at Kotaku just wrote a story about my Vision Revolution book, specifically on the matter of what forward-facing eyes are for, in the context of cyclopses and first person shooter video games. His story begins as…
“You might have a pair of eyes, but when you’re playing first-person video games, you’re no better than a cyclops. Neuroscientist Mark Changizi explains how our cyclops-vision helps pinpoint what we’re missing out on when we lose an eye.”
See the rest of the story here.