It Remains To Be Seen (Ep. 046)
Seriously now, you don’t think the letters on an eye chart were chosen randomly. Of course not. They were chosen to embarrass you at the DMV. In Episode 46 of Out Of My Mind, podcast host Jay Douglas tells the story of the invention of the modern-day eye chart and how its inventor, Herman Snellen, blinded us with science.
Read Jay’s blog post at The Out Of My Mind Blog. And don’t miss the Mind Doodle at the end of the post for a little-known story about the highest human visual acuity ever recorded.
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