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Old 10/14/2013, 12:12 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Islandoftiki View Post
I don't think it would be remotely possible for us to imagine or see how a creature with compound eyes sees. Their brains are wired differently and process the incoming information differently than ours do.
Like said, I had glasses when I was a kid that showed me the vision of a regular praying mantis, a bee, an ant, and I think a cricket too.

Its possible, but mantis shrimp can only see certain colors and light spectrums so It makes me wonder if its possible to have glasses that enable us to see that.


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