I See Snow

I experience a questionable event. When seeing in the dark the visual technology displays corrective visuals both the kind which are an improvement on my night vision and that which makes it worse. The visual technology seems to be displaying its efforts at seeing clearly in the dark all the way into the visuals it displays to me. This shouldn’t be.

The improved visuals are when I see the snow. It’s like the dark appears as a series of black, white and gray dots. I can see objects better. It’s the visual technology showing me what it can see which is better than my night vision.

The worsening visuals are when the camera is heightening any light in my vision field to the point where I can barely see beyond it. This limits my vision as if I were holding a candle right in front of my face in the dark.

Often I can watch the visual technology as it adjusts to my looking around at different things in the dark. It goes much, much slower than it does at other times. This isn’t just during the dark. Every time the visual display is adjusting it’s obvious. Like you would see if you adjusted the focus on a video camera.

This type of visual is not unusual. I used to be forced to look into the sun or light bulbs. As I was looking the torture group would put up a Sun sized shape in front of the real sun and be blocking my vision. When I looked away they would do that old familiar lingering orb that would normally naturally occur. Except my orb did psychedelic dances and kaleidoscopic morphs.

One other event is that when I come in from bright sunlight the torture visuals I’m seeing don’t immediately adjust to be low light. So if I walk in reading a book I’m too blinded by bright lights to see the book pages clearly.

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