A rare brain condition called ‘spatial orientation phenomenon’ is seeing the world upside down. Bojana Danilovic of Serbia sees everything upside down because a rare disorder in the way her brain process images. She's an economic expert who was born with the condition and says to her and her family it’s normal. At home watching T.V., the family watches the normal way but she has a T.V. on top of the family box and it’s upside down so she can watch too.

According to medical experts in Massachusetts and Harvard University, her eyes see the way they're supposed to, but her brain changes everything. The big problem is they don’t know how it happens or how to correct it, they only know what causes it, the brain. While there have been some case histories where people write the way she sees, Bojana is the first the person doctors have seen with the seeing everything upside down problem.