This prototype demonstrates how people with varying eyesight perceive the sun during sunset, reflecting the natural cycle of the day. The difference in eyesight results in differing perceptions of light. The prototype comprises 12 tubes with varying heights and diameters enclosed in a cylinder. The tubes produce different intensities of light; the taller and narrower tubes produce sharper light, whereas the shorter and wider tubes produce blurrier light. This simple and effective design allows people to visually understand how different eye conditions affect vision and light perception, and highlights the importance of designing products with diverse users in mind. To experience the effect please start rotating the top part of the prototype and at the same time looking through the center of the circle with light.