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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Color Blindness in the Classroom & Beyond

Color Blindness in the Classroom & Beyond

by Don McPherson

Our primary goal is to see every color blind person reach their full potential. This is especially true for children. Though seemingly basic, the understanding of color plays a significant role in a child’s development as a student. From learning shapes to learning math, an understanding of color is integral to most students’ learning experience.

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Are Dogs Color Blind?

Are Dogs Color Blind?

by Kevin Mulligan

You grab a tennis ball and hurl it across the yard for your dog, but does she see its bright yellow-green color or is it just a shade of grey? It’s a commonly held misconception that dogs only see in black, white, and grey, however, our furry friends’ color vision is a little more complex than that.

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