The exact nature of sensory integration and coordination with the external physical environment represents one of the most fundamental questions of biology. Many animals are born with visual structures intact, yet never with fully developed visual acuity. Humans are no exception. So how exactly do organisms learn to measure and navigate their external environment?
Eyesight does not provide the proper baseline “learning” mechanism, e.g. a fundamental feedback response that can be measured and evaluated and encoded. Yet it seems the fascination with HD tv’s and “selfie” technology has completely taken over basic questions of biology; and science has been hijacked by “herd mentality” as well as foreign influence.
But it remains clear that the limitations of the visual system mean it could never serve as the primary, fundamental source of sensory integration.