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Seeing Myself Through a Cat's Eyes

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Seeing Myself Through a Cat's Eyes

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I'm really excited about trying this out. I love documentary film so much, it's right in our wheelhouse. In it's best form, it is entirely about finding ways to understand the world more complexly. And this is such a great movie to start with. In a difficult and complicated moment in our history, we have to take time to be calm and appreciate our world for a moment. I hope you get a chance to do that with this movie.

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How Cats See The World

How the cats / cat actually see the world.

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The biggest difference between human vision and cat vision is in the retina, a layer of tissue at the back of the eye that contains cells called photoreceptors. The photoreceptors convert light rays into electrical signals, which are processed by nerve cells, sent to the brain, and translated into the images we see. These photoreceptors are the ones that influence how we and cats see the world. In this video, are going to look at how the internet's favorite subject sees the world.

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Why You Should Never Look Into Cat’s Eyes

Hi everyone! People all over the world just love cats and no wonder, because how can you stay indifferent seeing this cutie-patootie?
Besides, we have been living with them side by side for about 9000 years now. As a result of this long-term relationship, not only love, but many superstitions and legends have appeared. For example, a black cat crossing your path meaning bad luck. Many would just stop and go some other way, and some idiots might even throw something at the poor animal. There is also an expression saying that you shouldn’t look a cat straight into the eyes. However, no one has ever explained the reason. So let’s find out what is it all about. wild nature why you pet top 10 top 5 10 facts list cosmology worlds fun facts strange comp
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Looking trough a cats eyes

These are the first pictures from an extraordinary experiment which has probed what it is like to look through the eyes of another creature.
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Seeing Myself Through a Cats Eyes

Real life mutant boy in china has eyes of a cat and can see in total darkness! WIN

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This Little Chinese boy was born with the eyes of a Cat and can see in complete darkness.



His condition is what is commonly known as mutation in the science fiction community but now even scientists are starting to consider this to be an accurate description of what has happened.

Cat's Spiritual Guardians Of Humans

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Chinese Boy With Night Vision DEBUNKED (Again)

By now, you've probably seen the story about the boy in China who claims to see in the dark. It's a far fetched claim, but it got Laci thinking... if so many animals can see in the dark, why can't we?

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No, a Chinese boy doesn't have glow-in-the-dark cat eyes

A three-year-old video in which a young Chinese boy appears to demonstrate night vision is making the rounds once again, with news sources wondering if the boy really has mutant night vision or freaky alien powers. Yeah...this shouldn't take long.

'Cat-Eye' Boy Video Said To Show Chinese Child Who Sees In Dark

According to a news reel from China, a young boy there possesses the ability to see in the dark. Like a Siamese cat's, his sky-blue eyes flash neon green when illuminated by a flashlight, and his night vision is good enough to enable him to fill out questionnaires while sitting in a pitch black room — or so say the reporters who visited Nong Yousui in his hometown of Dahua three years ago.

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How Animals See The World

We know some animals have better eyesight than us lowly humans, but as Anthony tells us, it's not just cats who see well in the dark. In fact, they've gone nothing on a whole host of other amazing animals!

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Rats Always Have a View of the Sky in Their Vision

Rats' eyes move in such a way that they always have a clear view of the sky, a new study has found. Researchers say that this adaptation helps the rats monitor their environment for any potential predators.

Rats Have a Double View of The World

Rodents move their eyes in opposite directions, thereby always keeping an eye on the airspace above them.

Rats Maintain an Overhead Binocular Field at the Expense of Constant Fusion

Fusing left and right eye images into a single view is dependent on precise ocular alignment, which relies on coordinated eye movements.

Rats Have a Double View of the World

Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, using miniaturised high-speed cameras and high-speed behavioural tracking, discovered that rats move their eyes in opposite directions in both the horizontal and the vertical plane when running around.

Rods and Cones

The retina contains two types of photoreceptors, rods and cones.

'Gecko Vision': Key To Future Multifocal Contact Lens?

Nocturnal geckos are among the very few living creatures able to see colors at night, and scientists' discovery of series of distinct concentric zones may lead to insight into better cameras and contact lenses.

Mantis Shrimp Eyes Might Inspire New High-Def Devices

In the marvelously sensitive eyes of mantis shrimps, scientists have found cells that could inspire an overhaul of humanity's comparatively clumsy communications hardware.

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See Through Cat's Eyes

In 1999 researchers led by Dr. Yang Dan, an assistant professor of neurobiology at the University of California, Berkeley, anesthetized a cat with sodium pentothal, chemically paralyzed it with Norcuron, and secured it tightly in a surgical frame. They then glued metal posts to the whites of its eyes, and forced it to look a screen that showed scene after scene of swaying trees and turtleneck-wearing men...
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How do animals see in the dark? - Anna Stöckl

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To human eyes, the world at night is a formless canvas of grey. Many nocturnal animals, on the other hand, experience a rich and varied world, bursting with details, shapes, and colors. What is it, then, that separates moths from men? Anna Stöckl uncovers the science behind night vision.

Lesson by Anna Stöckl, animation by TED-Ed.

Amazing Natural Mutation - This Chinese Mutant Boy Can See In the Dark

Boy born in China can see in the dark.
Colour me sceptical, but reports are coming out of China that a boy called Nong Youhui who has bright blue eyes just like westerners, can apparently see in the dark like a cat. He proved his prowess by taking a series of tests in near darkness, which had onlookers and reporters alike convinced. His eyes apparently reflect light like a cat's do.
I can't see any eyeshine in the video myself, so we'll have to take the Chinese journalists at their word. But if it's true, Nong Youhui could be the first sign of genuine human evolution in centuries. A real life mutant; the beginning of a new race of humans, X-Men in fact. Amazing!
Mind you, just being able to see in the dark is a bit crap. We've got torches and night vision for that kind of thing. Where's the Cyclops laser vision, or the ability to move things with just your mind eh?
It could be a load of old baloney for sure, but I'm choosing to believe. Now, how about evolving wings or Superman-style flight? I've always fancied flying to work rather than taking the tube.
According to a news reel from China, a young boy there possesses the ability to see in the dark. Like a Siamese cat's, his sky-blue eyes flash neon green when illuminated by a flashlight, and his night vision is good enough to enable him to fill out questionnaires while sitting in a pitch black room — or so say the reporters who visited Nong Yousui in his hometown of Dahua three years ago.

The footage of Nong and his strange-looking eyes originally surfaced in 2009; it got little attention at the time, but is now making a splash all over the Web. If the boy really does have a genetic mutation that confers night vision, then he would be an interesting subject for analysis by vision scientists, evolutionary biologists, and genetic engineers alike — but does he?



The experts we shared the video with say Nong does have unusually colored irises considering his ethnicity, but he's not the next step in human evolution.

Night vision is made possible by a layer of cells, called the tapetum lucidum, in the eyes of cats and other nocturnal animals. This thin layer is a retroreflector — when a beam of light hits it, it reflects the light directly back along its incoming path. The reflected beam constructively interferes with the incoming light beam, amplifying the overall signal that hits the retina and enabling the animal to see in very low-light conditions. Retroreflection also causes cat eyes to flash when they are lit upon at night, and experts say Nong's eyes, if they are truly catlike, should do the same. [Red-Green & Blue-Yellow: The Stunning Colors You Can't See]

It would be easy to test the boy's eyes for retroreflection (eyeshine), which would be indicative of a tapetum lucidum, said Nathaniel Greene, a physicist at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania who has studied retroreflection.

In fact, such a test is run in the video.

In the footage, Nong's teacher claims the boy's eyes flash when shined with a flashlight in the dark, but the reporters don't seem to be able to catch the effect on camera. When Nong's eyes are illuminated in the dark, they appear normal. James Reynolds, a pediatric ophthalmologist at State University of New York in Buffalo, noted, A video could capture [eyeshine] easily, just like in nature films of leopards at night.

Furthermore, there is no single genetic mutation that could produce a fully formed and functioning tapetum lucidum, Reynolds explained; such an ability would require multiple mutations, which don't just happen all at once. Evolution happens incrementally, he said, not by leaps and bounds. Evolutionarily, mutations can result in differences that allow for new environmental niche exploitation. But such mutations are modified over long periods. A functional tapetum in a human would be just as absurd as a human born with wings. It can't happen, he told Life's Little Mysteries.

On the other hand, in the footage, the reporters gave Nong a questionnaire to fill out while sitting in a dark room, and they acted surprised by his ability to see and complete the fill-in-the-blank form. Even if he doesn't have cat eyes, he may nevertheless have unusually good night vision, Reynolds said. He could have a rod-rich retina, for example — a retina that contains a higher than usual number of cells involved in light detection. Or the video could be a total hoax.

It is hard to say what the truth is about this boy, said Dennis Brooks, professor of ophthalmology at the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine. A good ophthalmic examination by a physician ophthalmologist is in order, I think.

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Cats paw splice- a simple eye splice

In this video I demonstrate a way of creating an eye into rope using a fairly decorative Cats paw splice. Being able to create a loop into rope is always useful.

This splice is more decorative than the traditional eye splice but it is not as strong. For a stronger loop, see the classic eye splice:


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Let's Talk about Kedi

John and I did a thing a couple months ago, and when people were like, Wait, what is this? we were quiet because we got scared when we didn't really know what it was because we hadn't thought of it the way some people were seeing it.

After some time thinking about it, here's this.

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Are Cats Psychic? This one is!

Cats are mystical creatures, and they've been associated with the world of spirit for centuries.

In her new book Wisdom From A Psychic Cat: 15 Lessons On Happiness Jessica McKay acts as the voice of her beloved cat. She gives us the low down on some of her past lives, and what she learned from them.

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