Using lenses

When you apply a lens to an object, you change the way you perceive the objects behind it. You can choose amongst several types of lenses, each producing distinctive results. These results range from color alteration (as produced by heat map, inverting, and brightening lenses, for example) to distortion (as produced by magnifying and fish eye lenses). In each case, the lens changes the way you perceive the objects behind it, not the actual properties and attributes of those objects.

After you create a lens object, you can edit it to modify how you perceive the objects behind it.

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