Did you know that you can only perceive an object’s colour if you’re looking directly at it, that the human eye does not have ‘rods’ capable of distinguishing colours in peripheral vision.
It sounds crazy but it can be demonstrated easily – if someone holds a randomly coloured tennis ball in your peripheral vision you will perceive a ball but can’t be sure of its colour. Whereas, if you already know the colour of the ball, you will see its colour in your peripheral vision clearly – that’s because the ball is already an object in your model of reality.
There is more information going to the eye than coming from it.
You’re living in a 98% model, maybe sometimes 99.5% model, maybe sometimes 78% model.