Micro Life Zone
Asked by oingoboingo to Emma, Kristyn, Peter on 5 Sep 2013. This question was also asked by jdude02.
Yes, they can!! We see colour via structures called cones in your eyes – there are three types of cones, each of which is responsive to different wavelengths of light. So, depending on the number of each cone in your retina, it’s likely that you may see the world slightly differently from another person.
Lots of experiments test this, and find there are subtle differences with how people see colour!!
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