Transmission of Visual Information


First of all, we need to understand that the light body is basically an information field. It is comprised of a tiny fiber which contains all the visual information about the world around us. When we look around us, we see objects of different sizes, shapes, colors etc; in other words - we receive detailed visual information about the environment around us. The process of visualization of the world around us appears as the most natural thing in life, but ironically, nothing could be further from the  truth.

Visualization and exchange of visual information is a process that could not be more complex. When we are watching live news on TV, the TV screen displays visual information, in great detail and  almost in real time. The quality of the picture we are receiving let's us take it for granted and forget the complexity of the process behind a live transmission.  In order to recreate a real time and detailed picture of events taking place at a distant place, the camera records  all the visual information and converts it into a code which is then transmitted via radio waves and cables to eventually arrive at the final destination, the TV.  At this point we have a colorful and precise picture displayed on the screen of our TV, but the picture has not yet reached its final destination. The most perplex and ingenious part of the live transmission is yet to take place. The picture displayed on the screen must be transmitted to the eyes, and this is the job of the fabric of visual light. The fabric of light serves as the medium for a precise transmission of all visual information, including color, distance, position, shape, surface and much else - all visual information is embedded in the fiber of light. Every square millimeter around us contains huge amounts of visual information encoded in the tiny fiber of the light body.  Colors, for example, are expressed in the frequency within the light body; shapes and distances are expressed in the geometry and  in the convergence and divergence of the fabric. The accurate transmission of visual information provided by the fabric of light creates the  perfect illusion  that we were looking at the object itself, while in reality the object itself is not visible to us.  Light is the medium to absorb and to transmit the visual information between object  and  eye.  Without the complex structure of light, perspective and all visual aspects of reality would not exist. “


... this is a complex exchange of detailed visual information between the camera lens and the environment, it is not the result of some "light particles" sporadically flying around while bouncing off of objects