Blind Spot, Dominant Eye and Taking pulse before and after exercise Investigations
We learned that everyone has a dominant eye – it can be the right one or the left one. (The brain might get confused as to where an object actually is, or see on the double, if we did not) We also learned that every eye has a blind spot – the place where the optic nerve joins the retina. You are not normally aware of this with two eyes, as this phenomenon does not happen at the same time with the two eyes. We discovered that our pulses returned to normal much quicker in those that are extra sporty.