Please see below selected recent vision-related change.
- Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) affects the way people perceive the world around them and can distort how they experience their own bodies and the space it occupies. These can include distortions in vision as well as time and there are 40 types of visual distortions characteristic of AIWS. Some patients also describe seeing different body parts added to the people in front of them, such as a shortened arm attached to the face of the person. Other symptoms include seeing people or objects moving in slow motion, unnaturally fast or not at all.
- A vision - i.e. the act or power of anticipating that which will or may come to be - can be misguided, but without a vision we don't know where we're going. People can open their minds to new ways of thinking to turn uncertainty into opportunity – in other words, to broaden their vision and narrow their focus.
- Using techniques like "world-jams", people try to "collectively define the future, before it defines us".