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Visual environment is an environment we perceive through our organ of vision,
or in other words it is an environment which we see with our eyes.
Visual environment can be natural (woods, seashores, mountains) and artificial (buildings,
constructions, interiors of dwellings and industrial premises, motor-cars, ships, aircrafts etc.)
Sharp impairment of ivual environment has taken place in many cities and towns in recent 50 years.
Many homogeneous and aggressive visual fields are created there.
A homogeneous visual environment means an environment in which
visible elements are not available at all or their number is sharply reduced
Homogeneous fields are created by bare walls of buildings, windows or other glass
surfaces of huge size, fences, asphalt surfaces and roofs. Homogenization of visual
environment in interiors of buildings occurs in the same way. The homogenization
begins from a featureless door, polished furniture without any visible details and
continues in bare monotoness walls and plastic floor in the kitchen
An eye can not work properly in homogeneous visual filds
because an eye has nothing "to catch" after the next saccade in such environment.
In this case amplitude of saccades greatly increases, that means eyes works in
not economic mode and a person inevitably feels psychological discomfort.