Monday, March 1, 2010


Many cats have a visual field of view estimated at 200°, versus 180° in humans, with a binocular field (overlap in the images from each eye) narrower than that of humans. As with most predators, their eyes face forward, affording depth perception at the expense of field of view.

Their perception is very different.

1 comment:

  1. Like those documentaries where they set up a camera to view the world through the eyes of a fly! Beautiful drawing! A cat of yours?