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  • jessdabess
    +2

    While interesting this doesn't have to much practical applications.

    It does raise some interesting questions however. If our experience is just an experience of a projected 2 dimensional information what is causing it? Why is it perceived or projected that way?

    • Autodidact420
      +3

      I'm not a scientist, so take this with a grain of salt, but isn't it possible that understanding the world as 3D is significantly better for survival, which has lead to our brains innately projecting and transforming 2D information onto a 3D plane?

      Like I said though, I have no idea and this is entirely speculation with no real proof.

      • jessdabess
        +3

        That's not a bad idea. The brain does a lot of processing and abstractions and the like for us. It just all seems kind of weird to me I guess. I wish developments in research didn't take so long, because I'm super interested to hear more about this.

      • wwbd2007
        +2

        Sounds good but how does our brain turn a 2D environment into a 3D environment? If reality is really on 2 axises (we'll call them X and Y) how is movement possible on the 3rd axis (we'll call it Z). I can get behind the theory, but unless reality proves out theory it a theory remains just that ...

        • Autodidact420
          +2

          I have no idea how they explain it. That said, I can imagine how it would be possible I drew up an extremely poorly done example of my own personal, uneducated in the matter (I haven't even read up on it on my own, so I mean I'm really just guessing here) interpretation. http://imgur.com/I8mPQkd

          Ignore the very poor paint skills if possible. The top right-3D image's extra line/dots around it were unintentional as well lol

          • wwbd2007
            +1

            Very interesting. I can see where you are coming from. At very least you have made me think about it differently.

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