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Color Blindness in the Wild

Color Blindness in the Wild

by David Wilder

David Wilder is a nature photographer with color blindness. Learn how he uses EnChroma glasses to inform his work both on location and in post-production editing.

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25 Facts About Color Blindness

25 Facts About Color Blindness

by Kevin Mulligan

The world of color vision is full of intricacies and interesting facts. At EnChroma, we want you to know everything there is to know about being color blind. Here is a list of 25 intriguing facts about color blindness to share with your friends and family.

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What Do Color Blind People See?

What Do Color Blind People See?

by Kevin Mulligan

Color blindness is an often misunderstood condition. Many assume because of its name that “color blind” means a person can only see in black and white. In actuality, the vast majority of people with color blindness do see color, but they see a much narrower range of color. It is estimated that a person with normal color vision can see up to 1 million distinct shades of color.

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The Impossible Garden: An Optics and Color Experience

The Impossible Garden: An Optics and Color Experience

by Kent Streeb

What is it like to see with an artist’s eye, yet unable to see the color in your work as most of the world sees it? At EnChroma, we hear from so many color blind creative people who yearn to see all the color in their artwork; or to understand the perspectives of normal sighted people when they experience their work; or who simply want to discover what they’ve been missing.

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How to Gift EnChroma Glasses in 5 Easy Steps

How to Gift EnChroma Glasses in 5 Easy Steps

by Kevin Mulligan

So you want to give a more colorful kind of gift? You’ve come to the right place! Follow these 5 easy steps to give the color blind person in your life the gift of vibrant color vision.

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Are Dogs Color Blind?

Are Dogs Color Blind?

It has been discovered that dogs are dichromats, meaning they have 2 types of color sensitive cone cells; blue and yellow. Compared to humans, who are trichromats (three types of cones), dogs’ color vision is very limited. Scientists believe canine color vision is roughly similar to someone with very severe red-green color blindness, so the question is, would EnChroma glasses work for a dog...

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