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Chapter 1. Vision System Design
A. Importance of eyes - How and why we see? 
1. How we see
2. Why we see

B. Optics and image processing requirements in Biological eyes
1. Brain intelligence
2. Brain-guided eye platform
3. Hardware and software interactions
4. Eye arrangement for stereo vision

C. Optical system designs in Biological eyes

Chapter 2. Biological Eye Designs

A. Camera

B. Pinhole

C. Concave mirror

D. Apposition

E. Neural superposition

F. Refraction superposition

G. Reflection superposition

H. Parabolic superposition

I. Multiple sensor types and combinations of types

Chapter 3. Eye Design Illustrations

A. Plant light sensing
1. Grass, simple vines, and stems
2. Flowers

B. Lower animal eyes
1. Flatworms
2. Clams and Scallops
3. Nautilus
4. Shrimp
5. Crab
6. Octopus and giant squid
7. Spiders
8. Scorpions

C. Insect eyes
1. Bees
2. Dragonflies
3. Butterflies
4. Flies
5. Ants
6. Moths
7. Beetles

D. Fish eyes
1. Shark
2. Flounder
3. Four-eyed fish

E. Amphibian eyes
1. Frog
2. Salamander

F. Reptile eyes
1. Boa constrictor
2. Rattle snake
3. Lizard
4. Turtle
5. Crocodile and alligators

G. Bird eyes
1. Eagles
2. Hummingbirds
3. Owls
4. Ostrich
5. Cormorants

H. Mammal eyes
1. Whales
2. Elephants
3. Lions, tigers, and other cats
4. Monkeys
5. Rats and mice
6. Bats
7. Tarsier

I. Human eyes
1. Iris
2. Lens
3. Retina

Chapter 4. Eye Reproduction
A. General requirements
1. Optical, computing and intelligence requirement
2. Design for reproduction
3. Physical development requirements

B. Optical design and integration
1. Optical design issues
2. Programming issues relative to probability
3. Original intelligence issues

C. Design control
1. Control of cell complexity
2. The DNA plan for control of cell integration

D. Questions and comments on evolution related to eye reproduction

Chapter 5. Optical Systems Design

A. Introduction

B. Manufactured optics
1. Astronomy and surveillance
2. Stable platform for optical systems
3. Robotic camera applications
4. Flying robotics
5. Microscope and endoscopic applications
6. New technologies to see building blocks of cells

C. Present vision system technology approaches toward artificial eye development

D. Integration of mans technology with biological eyes

Chapter 6. The Eye Designer

A. Eye design evidence
1. Specific designs for specific needs
a. Camera
b. Pinhole
c. Concave mirror
d. Apposition
e. Neural superposition
f. Refraction superposition
g. Reflection superposition
h. Parabolic superposition
2. Additional design discussion
3. Intelligence in development of building blocks of life
4. Comparison with mans vision system design
5. Lack of intelligent design in evolutionary theory

B. Eye integration design evidence
1. Eye integration with brain
2. Eye integration with other parts of body
3. Integrated vision growth
4. Embedded programming of automatic vision functions
5. Using vision integration technology to control animals as robots

C. Design evidence
1. New discoveries relative to vision system design
2. Optical design themes
3. Belief in a world system designer

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Appendix A - Conference Slide Show and Speech by Curt Deckert
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Appendix C - Comments From Our Readers
Appendix D - Panicked Evolutionists: The Stephen Meyer Controversy
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