Hey guys, I know this is a weird question, but if there are any biology gurus around, can you kindly answer?
In a digital-camera sense, does one eye handle white balance over the other? Or do both eyes have different 'white balances' that mix (ordered by the brain) to neutralise each other
Here's a test. In the day, focus on an object (I chose a person standing next to a white wall). Notice the 'white balance'. Close one eye and look, then close the other eye and look. Compare the 'white balance' difference.
I'm a left master eye. To me, when I close my right eye, the scene (person, white wall reflection of light) seems a lot warmer (more orange, orange reflections too). When I close my left eye, the scene appears very cool (blue-ish hues; cool reflections).