The Periphery

The torture group fixes a portion of their video recording of the victim on what the victim is seeing. This camera angle records what is in the victim’s vision field. They use this content to track the victim’s reactions to visual torture by tracking when the victim is looking at visuals they are showing, monitoring the victim’s interactions with other people by getting an A+ visual feed of the other person’s face and body language in conversation with the victim and to see what the victim is distracted by in their environment.

Brighting is a torture attack where the victim has a light glaring in their eyes and at the moment the camera senses the light is striking the victim’s eyes they run a pain in the eyes and the eye area or even a headache. It’s a tricksome torture attack. Victims frequently fall for the deception. They may not know the sensation torture is being used on them.

The camera may be filming by going directly through the victim’s body. It’s that accurate. But there is one weakness, the peripheral vision of this camera is bad, really bad. It’s so bad that the torture group would rather specially blind the victim in their peripheral vision with the visual technology than bother with the mistakes the video recording technology makes in the periphery.

The kind of mistakes the computer makes in the periphery are confusing shapes for other objects, sensing movement as closer and more of a threat than it actually is, forgetting to monitor the periphery as often as other areas of vision and therefore being surprised by action in that area and losing its tracking in the periphery complete when the victim looks a certain direction.

Another flaw is how if i come in from outsides bright light the torture visuals take a long time to adjust to lower light. It’s magical to discover the flaws in these technologies. Made by humans, screwed up by humans. Never underestimate human error.

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