How do eyes recognise the colours it see..?

July 10, 2007 12:16pm CST
Does the red color( for example) which u see doesnot have any difference with that i see, assuming that we both see the same red coloured object. Secondly why not a red colour for my eyes, didnot appear as blue colour for u? Does any one know the answer.. tell me.. But i dont know...
1 response
@jimbomuso (950)
11 Jul 07
We all 'rougly' see the same thing but it is subjective, which means it is slightly different from person to person. colours do appear different for people who are colourblind because their eyes do not have the same amount of rods and cones in them. research how the eyes work and youll have a better answer. hope that helps
• India
11 Jul 07
Thank you Jimbomuso for responding.....