What DO you see?
How good is your vision? Not bad? Pretty good? Excellent? Find out in this very simple and quick test from Andy Neuenschwander at Buzzfeed.
First, look at this circle. There's no need to cover up one eye the way you would at the doctor's office. Do you just see a plain red circle or is there something more?
Do you have to squint to see it or are the hidden images pretty clear?
Have you been told in the past that you have 20/20 vision? If so, that means you see the same line of letters on the Snellen Chart at 20 feet that a normal person sees at 20 feet.
If your vision is pretty good, then you probably saw this in the circle.
Did you only see this inquisitive kitten or are there other details?
Maybe you see as well as a cat at night (a cat's night vision is well-known to be excellent, as their pupils enlarge and nearly double the quality of their eyesight).
So if your vision is extremely good, you must have noticed this detail.
It's not just a cat, but a cat with a snappy bow tie! Still, that's not it for the hidden images.
If you have amazing, incredible eyesight you can see every last detail. Did you catch all three secret elements to the picture?
All images: Andy Neuenschwander/BuzzFeed
If you can see all this, you're the Vision Master of the world. Most people can't see everything in the picture and have no clue to how much this cat is suited up.
Treat yourself and go look at something beautiful. You'll most likely enjoy every detail.