Glasses that lets color blind people to see colors
October 5, 2017
Special glasses developed by a US-based company EnChroma allows people with red-green color blindness to see colors like other people do.
The company selected two men, Rick Moreau and Keith Johnson to try on the glasses as they had applied to participate in a company promotion initiative.
Both have red-green color blindness and were pleasantly shocked by all the colors they were able to see.
Red-green color blindness causes difficulty in differentiating between shades of reds, greens, browns and oranges.
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