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He's looking right at me.
very interesting approach. 4
Couldn't see it at first x_x; I could on the green after a bit but it looked more like an elephant breaking through the jungle shrug
Very clever :)
Complementary colors have nothing to do with being "read by the same parts of the eye." People have cones that are called red, blue and green. Red and green are actually read by completely separate parts of the eye (two different cones). These cones are not "constantly switching on and off." In fact, looking at a single color for a long time causes pigment bleaching in the cones, which leads to decreased sensitivity to that color after prolonged exposure.
I don't get the "tooth" part of the title....
The physics of vision....blah blah blah... nice
what?! only a 2.0?! you were robbed.