EnChroma glasses help the color blinds see color for the first time
Imagine a world without red or green. Color blindness affects approximately one in 12 men and one in 200 women globally. Now EnChroma glasses is a correctional glasses that will help the color blind to experience colors for the first time.
EnChroma just gave us some of the special moment on the internet. The reactions of the recipients using Enchorma for the first time are heartwarming consisting of joyful gasps, hugs and “tears of happiness”.
The lenses of the EnChroma glasses are designed with filters that remove sharp wavelengths of light and improves specific colors. The lenses separate out the overlapping red and green cones. As a result, color blinds can easily achieve correct color perception with the EnChroma glasses.
Based in Berkley, California, EnChroma was founded in 2010 by Dr. McPherson and Andrew Schmeder. The glasses come in different shapes and sizes. They are suitable for both red-green color blindness and red color blindness.
The EnChroma lenses are suitable for outdoor and indoor use. The glasses are worn in various lighting conditions. It also works with wear digital screens.
EnChroma glasses are priced at $269 for children and $349 for adults. These glasses cannot cure color blindness syndrome but they can help correct color confusion.
EnChroma glasses are available for purchase here.