Have you ever wondered what life looks like as see through the eyes of somebody with color blindness? An amazin website named color-blindness.com has all the answers and it lets you take a glimpse.
Although the name color blindness may suggest that people see the world in black and white this isn’t quite the reality. More than 99% of all colorblind people can see colour. This is why the term “color vision deficiency” (CVD) it’s more accurate.
There are severeal variations of CVD: Deuteranomalia – makes everything look a little faded, Protanopia – makes everything seem a little green, Tritanopia – has more greenish-pink tones, and Monochromacy – which is total color blindness.
Only 0.00003% of the world’s population suffers from total color blindness, while 1 in 200 women (0.5%) and 1 in 12 men (8%) suffer from some form of CVD.
Below you’ll see how different colours are are perceived by the people who suffer from all these variation of colour blindness. This could be done by using different CVD lenses.
Deuteranomalia – makes everything look a little faded
Protanopia – makes everything seem a little green
Tritanopia – has more greenish-pink tones
Monochromacy – which is total color blindness
1. This pug in a tulip field.
2. Melody Of The Night By Leonid Afremov
4. This rainbow hair
5. Colorful parrots
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