A groundbreaking video camera is allowing people to replicate how various animals see the world. The camera system, boasting over 92 percent accuracy, allows filmmakers to accurately depict colors as different animals see them. Animals experience the world differently from humans, thanks to their unique photoreceptors – the cells in the eye that respond to light. A Revolutionary Camera SystemThe unique camera functions by recording videos across four color channels: blue, green, red, and ultraviolet (UV). Now, they can study how animals perceive dynamic visual signals in their natural habitats, a crucial aspect of understanding animal behavior and communication.