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what does this imply about a monkey's vision?


@alyssal These blue noise patterns do not apply just to a monkey's retina; this is also a characteristic of the human fovea. This blue-noise arrangement of our photoreceptors allows our eyes to more efficiently "sample" the world, e.g., to minimize the effect of aliasing.