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Monthly Archives: December 2014

EnChroma CEO on KGO Radio Intervew

“The optometrists and opticians are really excited to finally be able to address this in a real way.” — EnChroma CEO Tony Dykes

KGO810’s Scott Lettieri has the story:

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With a worldwide prevalence of up to 8% in males, many young boys are first diagnosed as color blind in school-mandated vision testing. EnChroma's new polycarbonate Cx lens and pediatric frame selections bring an important new technology to parents and educators concerned about the connection between academic performance and color vision deficiencies.

EnChroma Launches Color Blindness Correcting Eyewear for Pediatrics, Sports, and Prescription Markets

– Glasses Help Color Blind People See Colors to Overcome Limitations that Affect Careers, Activities, and Tasks –

Berkeley, CA – December 9, 2014 – EnChroma – the company bringing color to the color blind – today announced a new line of EnChroma Cx eyewear based on prescription-capable polycarbonate (plastic) lenses that enable color blind athletes, children and others to safely engage in any activity while seeing more color. EnChroma Cx glasses provide people with color vision deficiency (CVD) spectral color enhancement in a plastic lens that makes the eyewear a viable option for a huge new base of users.