Color Blind

Scenic Viewers

Powered by EnChroma® lens technology for color blindness, specially-adapted SeeCoast viewers enable those

with color blindness to more fully experience the colorful beauty of nature at state parks, scenic overlooks, wildlife refuges and other locations. While people with normal color vision see more than one million hues and colors, the 350 million people in the world with color blindness only see an estimated 10% of them. As a result, their world view is less vibrant and dull and some colors appear muddled or indistinguishable.

EnChroma Lens Technology

EnChroma’s patented lens technology is specially engineered to help those with red-green color blindness experience clear, vibrant and distinct color. EnChroma modified its lens format and filter design for the high-power zoom optics in SeeCoast viewers so those with color blindness can enjoy the vibrant beauty of our world.

The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development was the first to introduce SeeCoast viewers powered by EnChroma to enable color blind visitors to see the changing colors in Fall at 12 parks and scenic overlooks. Others offering the special viewers include:

  • J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge (operated by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service), Sanibel Island, FL
  • City of Sandy, OR, the gateway to Mount Hood
  • Amicalola Falls State Park, Dawsonville, GA
  • Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, Macon GA (color blind glasses)

*more participating organizations to be announced soon

Powered by EnChroma® lens technology for color blindness, specially-adapted SeeCoast viewers enable those with color blindness to more fully experience the colorful beauty of nature at state parks, scenic overlooks, wildlife refuges and other locations. While people with normal color vision see more than one million hues and colors, the 350 million people in the world with color blindness only see an estimated 10% of them. As a result, their world view is less vibrant and dull and some colors appear muddled or indistinguishable.

EnChroma Lens Technology

EnChroma’s patented lens technology is specially engineered to help those with red-green color blindness experience clear, vibrant and distinct color. EnChroma modified its lens format and filter design for the high-power zoom optics in SeeCoast viewers so those with color blindness can enjoy the vibrant beauty of our world.

The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development was the first to introduce SeeCoast viewers powered by EnChroma to enable color blind visitors to see the changing colors in Fall at 12 parks and scenic overlooks. Others offering the special viewers include:

  • J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge (operated by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service), Sanibel Island, FL
  • City of Sandy, OR, the gateway to Mount Hood
  • Amicalola Falls State Park, Dawsonville, GA
  • Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, Macon GA (color blind glasses)

*more participating organizations to be announced soon

Color Blindness and EnChroma

Color blindness affects one in 12 men (8%) and one
in 200 women (.5%); an estimated 350 million
people worldwide and 13 million in the US.

Color Blindness and EnChroma

Color blindness affects one in 12 men (8%) and one in 200 women (.5%); an estimated 350 million people worldwide and 13 million in the US.

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By installing an EnChroma powered SeeCoast viewer at your park, scenic overlook or wildlife refuge you can help grateful color blind visitors experience nature’s colorful beauty and:

  • Attract more visitors to your park or state
  • Make their visits more colorful and memorable
  • Further your accessibility and inclusiveness goals
  • Reach a new audience of potential visitors

For a quote on a SeeCoast viewer powered by EnChroma, and/or EnChroma glasses for color blindness, please fill out this form. Existing SeeCoast viewers can be retrofitted with EnChroma lens technology upon request. For questions about EnChroma lens technology or our Color Accessibility program for organizations and businesses, contact accessibility@enchroma.com.

By installing an EnChroma powered SeeCoast viewer at your park, scenic overlook or wildlife refuge you can help grateful color blind visitors experience nature’s colorful beauty and:

  • Attract more visitors to your park or state
  • Make their visits more colorful and memorable
  • Further your accessibility and inclusiveness goals
  • Reach a new audience of potential visitors

For a quote on a SeeCoast viewer powered by EnChroma, and/or EnChroma glasses for color blindness, please fill out this form. Existing SeeCoast viewers can be retrofitted with EnChroma lens technology upon request. For questions about EnChroma lens technology or our Color Accessibility program for organizations and businesses, contact accessibility@enchroma.com.

About EnChroma

EnChroma’s revolutionary eyewear for color blindness combines the latest in color
perception neuroscience and lens innovation to improve the lives of people with
color vision deficiency around the world. Learn more about EnChroma >>

About EnChroma

EnChroma’s revolutionary eyewear for color blindness combines the latest in color perception neuroscience and lens innovation to improve the lives of people with color vision deficiency around the world. Learn more about EnChroma >>