You and I Don't See The Same World

We each see the world through our own filter – literally.

Wendy Wang


So much of how we view the world depends on what we see. But is the world really an objective truth that's just for everyone to eventually see it? This could be something for the audience to think about while exploring the diversity of animal vision. From finding out how your pet sees you, to learning extraordinary ways different animals see the signals that we could not observe, it's a fun experience to explore how we all see the world a little differently.

*This project aims to show the diversity of color vision. However, as some animals perceive aspects of light that we cannot see, and may perceive colors with a higher dimension of complexity, these visualizations are my speculation of what could be.