This Is How Cats See the World – Compared To Humans
October 18, 2013
Nickolay Lamm has created pictures comparing our vision with the vision of cats: cats have a visual field of 200 degrees (humans: 180 degrees). Their visual acuity is limited to only 6 meters, while it is 30 to 60 meters for humans. Cats see fewer colors and details than humans, but distinguish much better movement and also see six to eight times better at night than us.