|02-25-2017, 06:09 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Los Angeles, California
Glasses that correct color-blindness
I was just reading about the color-blindness glasses. It appears as though by filtering out certain wavelengths where colors overlap, it boosts signals to the brain and allows people to perceive colors they could not see before. I think it might only work with red-green color blindness.
On the website they have a series of images with numbers on them, to test your color vision. In some of them I could barely make out the number. In about three of them I could not detect any number. But the end result was that because I could accurately detect "all or most" meant I have normal color vision.
Here's the test: http://enchroma.com/test/instructions/
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