Yes, even people with different eye color, they may see things similar, not affecting the people's vision to the world. The color of eyes is determined by the other pigments, such as adjusting acid purine and carotenoids .As we know, the color of the eyes is permanent which will change easily. If you have changed the color of eyes, you may take high notice that your body may have the problems. For example, a lot of people get yellow at the eyes because of the liver problems. Thus you need to pay notice to when your eyes change the color.
Yes, they will see the same world like us. Eye imaging always refers to a phenomenon that when we try to obtain the information(color or shape, etc.) of something, our eyes can get the lights reflected from the object, and then form a focus in our retina so that we can get the information of the object, then transform that message into images. The quality and the clarity of the images due to the light intensity and the complex eye color genetics, which can produce tiny differences, especially at night. For those lack of vitamin A, blown eyes or else, will definitely suffer night blindness. In general, our irises color is primarily determined by the concentration and distribution of melanin. Besides, eye's iris pigmentation and light scattering frequency can change the eye colors. But, in case of heterochromia, I am afraid it will affect people's vision due to the side effects it causes.
Generally speaking, the colors of eyes of human beings have not very much influence on the eye sight. The colors of eyes of human beings are dependent on the quantity of the pigment that the iris of eyes contain, as well as the genes of each indivisual. The eyes with black color have a greater ability of screening and adjusting the light into the eyes, while the eyes with blue colr possess a weaker ability of it. Therefore, different colors of eyes do have various capacities to absorb the light to some degree. In addition, the color s of eyes do influence the energy that human eyes get from the light, making it different to see the same things in different luminance. However, this kind of difference does not mean that the eyes are nearsighted, and nor does it affect the human vision very much. What is definite is that the colors of eyes are to some extent in relations with the environment where the human beings live,, which is just like the colors of human skins. Besides, according to some statistica on diseases, human beings who have blue eyes tend to habe hight ate of getting cataracts than those who have black eyes.
The darker the eyes, the more light is absorbed as light waves pass through the eye, and the less light is available to reflect within the eye. Light reflection (scatter) within the eye can cause susceptibility to glare (eg. sun or headlights) and to poor contrast discernment. Thus it seems that people with darker eyes may have better vision in high-glare situations, perhaps this makes them better night drivers, for example.Eye colour may also affect your colour vision. Here it seems that lighter eyes may provide some advantages.So it seems to me that blue-eyed people should really go for dark-eyed partners, this way one can pick the paint colours, and the other can drive home at night.