Wendell here, and it’s pronounced: Ven `Dahl, kind of how a German person pronounces a W as a V. Anyway, I am the new mascot for EyeSpyPro, and my job is to write the blog posts since I have nothing better to do than hang out on this branch.
You see, the reason they chose me to be the mascot out of all the animals on earth, is my incredible eye, which can see rotates all over the place, just like the EyeSpyPro logo, only mine is a million times more accurate. I just sit here watching over the offices for any theft, vandalism, or anything worth reporting.
See my eye is a marvel of science, and Sciencedirect.com states:
Listing’s law (LL) states that 3D-eye positions lie in a plane, when they are described as single-axis rotations from the primary position. This implies that the degrees of freedom of eye movements are reduced from three to two. Various hypotheses exist, regarding the implementation of LL. These include facilitation of binocular vision, optimization of oculomotor control, and mechanical constraints in the orbit. We recorded the 3D-eye position during saccadic scanning in the chameleon, to investigate whether LL is valid in an animal with different anatomical and behavioral characteristics compared to primates. We show that in chameleons, the eye position obeys LL with a high precision. Since the anatomical arrangement of the orbit in chameleons is very different from that in primates, and binocular fused vision is virtually absent, we suggest that in the chameleon, LL mainly optimizes oculomotor control.
Though I have no idea what the hell they are talking about, I am the best surveillance expert on the planet. I can detect a cricket in the brush up to 10 feet away, and my 12 inch tongue can snatch them up like candy snacks.
So you will find me reviewing all the latest spy & surveillance gadgets.
Feel free to ask me anything you can about surveillance products.
Spy & Surveillance Products Expert