Mogic thinks

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane
2020.12.21

Normally, no one notices this blind spot.

Apparently, the human eye has a difficult structure and a blind spot.

It is always complemented by two eyes and processed by the brain, so it is never aware of itself.

How did it happen?
How did the human body get that way?
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The most famous example of the design of nature as a snake is the retina, which is possessed by all vertebrates, from fish to mammals.

The photoreceptor cells of the vertebrate retina are turned backward.

In other words, the wire part is facing the light, and the light collector, the photoreceptor, is facing inward, with its back to the light.

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Interestingly, the retinas of cephalopods such as octopuses and squids are not inverted.

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There is another snarky design in the human eye that is worth talking about.

It is a structure called the optic nerve papilla, which is located right in the middle of the retina.

The optic nerve papillae are located on the surface of the retina and form a small circle with no photoreceptor cells.

This creates a "blind spot" in each eye. Normally, no one notices these blind spots.
Nope.

I have a blind spot, but I feel like I don't.

This message is a very important checkpoint in teamwork and new business.

Humans are not perfect, and even the best of us have holes in us.

However, inevitably, when a project is underway, the members become fixed, and someone's opinion becomes stronger, and it may seem as if it is always the right answer.

If people around us feel uncomfortable, we should try to shine a light on it, even if it's just a little bit.