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EnChroma glasses designed to compensate for color-blindness

The key to the sunglasses’ performance is a proprietary coating on the lenses. Said to be harder and more scratch-resistant than glass, it can be tweaked in production to filter certain wavelengths that cause “color confusion.” The result is an improved signal-to-noise ratio in the perception of colors, in which red and green don’t just appear as variations of yellowy-brown – as an example.

EnChroma glasses designed to compensate for color-blindness
Ben Coxworth for GizMag.com (Sept 2012)