Your eyes actually see images upside down

images your eyes see are upside down.

The human eye operates as a convex lens system, the cornea (transparent structure in front of the eye) is the structure that more resembles a camera lens. The light rays passing through the pupil (eye aperture) form images on the retina (inner part over the back of the eye) reversed vertically and horizontally in relation to objects in the outside world.

However, the brain reverses the images that come by electrical impulses coming from the optic nerve to have the same orientation of the object in the outside world, so that the spatial orientation is not compromised.