The human eye is designed to manage two packages of incoming light. A very focused bundle of light strikes a central point in the retina, the Macular of the eye. The information stored in this light is extracted for building thinking and an understanding of what we are looking at.
On the other hand, the scattered light strikes the retina, which covers a large surface area of the back of the eye. The information in this light is used for sensing, seeing and feeling the context of what we are looking at. Our perceptions through this feeling and seeing are usually based on non-clarity.
In this video, you have an opportunity to experience these two forms of perceiving.