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Media Coverage

The New York Times

 

The New York Times

“EnChroma’s Accidental Spectacles Find Niche Among the Colorblind”

By Claire Martin

An inventor of lenses invented to aid surgeons found that they could also help the colorblind, leading him to start a company that sells glasses…

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Smithsonian

 

Smithsonian Magazine

“A Scientist Accidentally Developed Sunglasses That Could Correct Color Blindness”

By Li Zhou

The California company EnChroma is creating lenses that allow some to see colors for the first time. EnChroma’s eyewear is able to treat up to 80%…

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PBS NEWSHOUR

 

PBS NEWSHOUR

“What it’s like to see colors for the first time”

By Joshua Barajas

Not long ago, I learned that a company called EnChroma had developed glasses that claimed to “correct” colorblindness for red-green colorblind people like myself. So I sent for a pair…

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Le Journal De Montreal

 

LE JOURNAL DE MONTREAL

“Des lunettes qui rendent les couleurs aux daltoniens”

By Pierre-Olivier Fortin

“Le feu de circulation, sérieusement, wow! Je dois avouer que le vert de la lumière, il est vraiment… vert!” s’exclame Jimmy Harvey…

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THE HUFFINGTON POST

 

The Huffington Post

“Colorblind People See Certain Colors For The First Time Ever, Are Visibly Moved”

By Ryan Grenoble

It’s easy to take the little things for granted. Like seeing certain colors, for instance…

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The Today Show

 

TODAY News

“Colorblind man sees purple for the first time: ‘It was like seeing magic in real life'”

By Brooke Sassman

Ethan Zachery Scott, until last month, never knew how vibrant the colors of the world were…

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San Francisco Chronicle

 

San Francisco Chronicle

“Glasses help color-blind see trees of green, red roses, too”

By Stephanie M. Lee

EnChroma makes color-enhancing sunglasses for people who have trouble seeing red or green…

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Newsday

 

Newsday

“Colorblind man brought to tears after seeing color for the first time”

By Meghan Giannotta

Opie Hughes’ family purchased a pair of EnChroma glasses, and recorded his first reactions…

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The Washington Post

 

The Washington Post

“Watch awestruck people seeing color for the first time”

By Rachel Feltman

The colors we take for granted are finally visible to the color-blind, thanks to high-tech sunglasses…

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Bloomberg Business

 

Bloomberg Business

“Glasses That Fix Color Blindness”

Color blindness affects 1 in 200 women and 1 in 12 men. Today we take a look at one of the most exciting frontiers of discovery: Glasses that fix color blindness. We speak to EnChroma, which is developing indoor color vision glasses with prescription lenses…

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Forbes

 

Forbes

“Can These Glasses Really Fix Color Blindness? We Put Them To The Test”

By Seth Porges

Confession: I am color blind. I had actually lived most of my life without being aware of my condition…

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Newsweek

 

Newsweek

“EnChroma Glasses May Permanently Cure Color Blindness”

By Dana Dovey

Lenses that filter out certain parts of the color spectrum could permanently change the way…

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Slate Magazine

 

Slate Magazine

“Peanut Butter Isn’t Green? The YouTube Videos Where People See Real Color for the First Time”

By Jordan Kenna

Don McPherson, a San Francisco based researcher, designed protective glasses for surgeons to wear during laser surgery. But when it turned out the glasses had a surprising second utility…

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THE HUFFINGTON POST

 

The Huffington Post

“New Glasses Transform The Way Colorblind People See The World”

By Kimberly Yam

This special eyewear is giving many a new outlook. EnChroma, a company in Berkeley, California, has created colorblindness correcting glasses, which allow those who are colorblind to see hues…

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The New York Times

 

The New York Times

“Glasses That Solve Colorblindness, for a Big Price Tag”

By David Pogue

All of a sudden, greens and reds looked richer. It’s almost impossible to describe in words. In fact, it’s impossible for normal-vision people to understand. Yards full of leafy trees and plants suddenly…

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