My question is : Why do hypermetropian people not see reversed? According to wikipedia and many other sources, the light from a non reversed object arrives at the retina in the same sens, that is, non reversed. As we know, when interpreting images, the brain reverse the sens of the image on the retina. Therefore the brain "see" reversed. So I am asking to people that knows, or hypermetropian people : If you put a correcting glass in front of an hypermetropian eye and take the glass off, the brain should see in the right side and then reversed? Another example can be on a hypermetropian person. Put a correcting glass on only one eye : the person should see reversed from this eye and not reversed on the other eye. But as far as I know, there is nobody that see reversed... So it must be an explication that I don't know. Does someone know more about the subject? Thanks in advance.