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Not a macroscrope, that names already taken, and it isnt even an SI prefix, like micro is.
A microscope makes the view of things where you are be narrower,
so that things where you are under the microscope appear larger
because they fill the same field of view or area of view that ordinary
normal life does, but theres not as much in it, so what little there is
to see expands sideways
to fit you better.
There isnt the opposite of a microscope. A telescope isnt it thats
just something for making the field of view narrower (again, like a
microscope) except the stuff under the microscope which is now
under the telescope, except not under it but alongside it to the front
of it, is now far away and not where you are.
The opposite of a microscope would be something that makes the
view of things where you are much enormouser, wider, enwidthened,
and all encompassing. So youd see not the table, not the floor, not
even your road or town or country, not even the planet, not even the
part of the Milky Way, but way beyond this corner of the universe
depending on the objective, of course.
||So, you want a sort of VR headset that bypasses your eyeballs?
||Isn't this a Total Perspective Vortex?
||A woman's perspective viewed by a man?
||you could genetically engineer people to have long tubular
deep set eyes that look normal at the face, and then have
material all up the sides of the tube, and then have lasers
address all of the separate cones and rods of the lengthy
tubes to have more bandwidth.
||One atom pixel, waveguide driven of course, contact lenses? Yotta know what your looking at, though.
||Another thing you could do is look at the bandwidth of the
optic nerve (and brain). It is just possible that the optic
nerve as it is already has 2 or even 4 times the data
capacity the retina uses. If that is true, then fancy things
with lasers and neurotransmitters linked to light absorbing
chemicals could actually put ultra high resolution
(macroscopic) images on the optic nerve.
||Trust not your eyes. Deceive you they can.