Ive had my progressive lenses for 2months,and i hate them for driving when im driving i cant have my head up straight (as it blurs) how i would if i would drive without them,if i reverse into a car ...
Well in the dark, you see all colours, but when it gets too dark, ur ertina (back of eye) basically cant handle that amount of darkness, therefore, ur body start to see in black and white to stop ur eyes from well tensing so hard, u go blind. it works like when you need glasses, u cant see the bored and your eyes hurt, but your body adjusts to it
You need light in order to see color.
well, you don't see white,its a lite blue,just look a little closer,when i first started painting i use that misstake an a very well known artist kinda told me diff.
ummm cuz its dark out???!!! LOL
lil k h
well damon is acuatly right, well he exlpained it but not fully so you guys could understand. like relefts but when its too dark out, no lighe is there to relect, therefore, disabling you to see in all colours
Catherine E: VT
Color is just the amount of light that reflects off of an object onto your eye. When it's dark out, there isn't much light reflecting, so everything looks gray.
Because the sun is not shining and it is DARK!!
Evolution - humans evolved to sleep at night and hunt/gather during the day, so no need for good vision at night like other critters which are nocturnal.
Okay everybody! Vision 101:
Your retina contains rods and cones.
Cones = color vision. There are about 6-7 million cones in your eye. Cones are not sensitive enough to perceive color at night, so rods take over.
Rods = black and white vision. They respond to intensity rather than color. There are about 120 million rods in your eye.