Vintage Eyes, Vision & Optometry Films DVD: Sight, Optics & the Human Eye by Handy (Jam) Organization starring: Handy (Jam) Organization
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Release date: 1st January, 1900
Quirky, yet interesting, Heres Looking, is a hybrid film combining science and marketing propaganda. Truly aimed to show off the safety features of Chevrolet automobiles the film compares and contrasts human and animal vision as scientist dissect the eyes of an eagle and a guinea pig. It also explains how bifocal lenses improve vision and safety. Improvements made to glass and the importance of high quality auto glass is also discussed. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Here's Looking (1939) - 9 minutes running time - This quirky film shows how man's vision differs from that of animals and how modern cars are designed to reduce blind spots in our line of sight while driving. How You See it (1936) - 8 minutes running time - Persistence of vision makes motion pictures possible. Learn more about this subject in this film, which contains some very original animation.