yes the human eye is sensitive to red light
The human eye's sensitivity to wavelengths in the visual window of Earth's atmosphere is due to evolution adaptations during the development of the human eye. If infrared radiation were in abundance, then it is believed our eyes would be sensitive to infrared radiation.
Visible light is visible (for the human eye), infrared is not. Infrared has a longer wavelength, and a higher frequency. visible light is visible to human i.e the VIBGYOR, above vibgyor are ultravoilet light which is not visible to human eye and below vibgyor are infrared light which is also not visible to human eye.
The human eye is most sensitive to the colour green.
Human eyes are most sensitive to green light.
The human eye cannot see in the infrared or the ultraviolet.
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Infrared waves are a frequency of the spectrum that is undetectable by the unaided human eye.
Infared is a type of light that is not visible to the human eye.
light sensitive cells
Yellow is the colour that the human eye is most sensitive to, this is where the wavelength is around 555 nanometers.
I think it is white.
The rods in human eyes are sensitive (photoreceptive) to light and dark, as opposed to the cones which are sensitive to colour.
infrared light and ultraviolet light
Bluetooth is a 2.4GHz wireless (RF) serial data protocol, whereas infrared ports rely on infrared light transmission (which is invisible to the naked human eye).
It is an electromagnetic wave, which means it is similar to light, but invisible to the human eye. Infrared light (or infrared waves) have a longer wavelength and a smaller frequency than visible light.
That is all that the human eye pigments are sensitive to.
Yellow-green is most sensitive to the human eye.
The retina is the sensitive layer of the eye
They work by taking the light form the infrared spectrum (which the human eye can't see) and converts it to the visible spectrum (which humans can see).
Blue eyes are the most sensitive to light
The most sensitive eye color is blue. The least sensitive is brown.
the lens is the most sensitive part of the eye. the retina can become damaged when there is an excessive ultraviolet light exposed.
The retina at the back of the eye is light-sensitive.
No, it does not. Infrared (which means literally, "below red") is the part of the spectrum of even longer wavelengths that cannot be seen by the unaided human eye. Infrared radiation has wavelengths between about 750 nm and 1 mm, spanning three orders of magnitude. Humans at normal body temperature radiate chiefly at wavelengths around 10 micrometres.