Hi All. I have a little bit of a strange question I'm trying to figure out. If a human body was undergoing time dilation relative to another object, we believe that their brain, and therefore mind would slow down along with the rest of their body, correct? If this is so, and light continues to hit a time-dilated person's eyes at a constant rate (because c is constant), would light accumulate on their retina and cause their vision to become blurred or brighter than usual because it's hitting their eyes faster than their brain can process it? I suppose the same question applies to sound as well, though the speed of sound is not constant. I may be off base here and have some incorrect assumptions. Thanks for humoring me!