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entoptic

(ɛnˈtɒptɪk)
adj
(Physiology) (of visual sensation) resulting from structures within the eye itself
[ento- + optic]
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The blue field entoptic phenomenon is produced by the different light absorption by erythrocytes and leukocytes when the retina is illuminated by blue light.
The animation goes on to explain blue field entoptic phenomenon, or Scheerer's phenomenon the fleeting sparks which diffuse across the field of vision.
It is an entoptic phenomenon, meaning that its source lies within the eye or visual system itself.
Investigation of the source of the blue field entoptic phenomenon. Inuestigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 30, 668-673.