All you have to do is upload a photo and wait as the app translates your clear and colorful image into a fuzzy, less bright and less colorful version.
A dog’s vision is similar to what a human with red-green color blindness sees.
Dogs don’t see as clearly as we do. They have less sensitivity to brightness. And they don’t see shades of grey — not 50 or even 10. All greys, to them, look the same. Because they have only two types of cones (unlike our three) their color vision is limited.
As a result, an Autumn scene like this:
Looks more like this:
And a colorful image of Mardi Gras like this:
Is seen by them like this:
(Photos: Business Insider)
Posted by John Woestendiek July 17th, 2015 under Muttsblog.
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