Does your ability to see things far away change how you perceive perspective (relative apparent size)?

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Does your ability to see things far away change how you perceive perspective (relative apparent size)?

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I have to ask what it is that you are asking. At first I was unsure and was waiting for an answer form someone else but seeing nobody else answer I think it’s safe to assume your question is not worded the best.

The question is, from the way it’s worded is, “does your ability to see things far away change how you see the way you see things?”

I think what they meant was, does being able to see further, make a difference? In comparison to someone who is nearsighted, does the world look differently? Does it change the subjective reality?

The answer is yes. Take a hawk, for example. The way they perceive the world is vastly different than the way we see the world due to their vision being so good. In the other direction, a dog perceives the world vastly different, not only due to their keen sense of smell, but their poor eyesight changes their perception. So, subjective reality for everything is different due to variations within the senses.