Apparently there are over 300 million people in the world today who suffer from some form of color blindness
Apparently there are over 300 million people in the world today who suffer from some form of color blindness (or ‘color vision deficiency’ as the professionals call it). The problem can range from a mild form which confuses specific colors to a full blown version which can be severely debilitating. Now a new innovation from an American company could help these people see what the rest of us see.
EnChroma CX range of sunglasses feature specially coated lenses which filter the problem light wavelengths to correct deficiencies and so produce a more ‘real’ color image in the eye. By blocking confusing wavelengths, the lenses improve the ‘signal to noise’ ratio of the incoming light waves and thereby help people see colors more accurately.
There are several versions of the sunglasses available, including the EnChroma CX-D for those who typically have difficulty with green/brown or pink/grey differentiation, and the EnChroma CX-PT for people who commonly mistake red and brown or green and orange.
via Red Ferret
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