The human eye is made of several layers and components. Behind the cornea, iris, and pupil sits the lens (it is directly behind the pupil) which actually changes shape as you try to focus on something. When you try to focus on something the lens changes shape (called accommodation) and then focuses the incoming light onto the back of the eye (the retina) which send the information on to be processed by the brain.

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