What do blind people see?

Depends. Blindness is a general term. Legal blindness is a snellen visual acuity of less than 20/200 best corrected or a very small visual field. This is the big letter "e" on most charts. A person with absolute blindness can not see any light.

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What do blind people see when they dream?

It Depend the age of. Sight loss affected the visual quality of the subjects’ dreams. The study determined that people who go blind at age five or younger tend not to have visual dreams, whereas if blindness occurs at about age seven or older, chances are the blind will see some images. When people go blind between ages five and seven, their potential for dream sight could go either way. Read more...

How do I know exactly what do color blind people see?

Muted color. Most color deficient persons have normal acuity so they can see the smaller things that ordinary people can see. But their color distinction is altered and they will confuse some colors with others - so they observe a muted palatte of colorl. Read more...

What do reverse color blind people see?

Color blindness. There is no such condition as "reverse color blindness." the most common type of color "blindess" typically occurs in males. These people confuse red and green colors. In rare cases, people can be born with complete color blindness and only see colors as various shades of light and dark. In severe cases of color blindness, patients often don't see very well either. Read more...