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Sight is one of the five senses and is the aspect of seeing. The eye detects electromagnetic waves with the visible spectrum and the brain interprets these signals and perceives distant reality based upon them. Having two or more eyes allows for depth perception. While humans see in color, many other species do not. Color vision is most restricted at night or in deeper water depths.

Someone who no longer has sight is blind.