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Colorblind People See Color For The First Time
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Nearly 300 million people experience the world every day without certain colors. ‘Color For the Colorblind’ is a short documentary about what happened when Valspar partnered with EnChroma, maker of color blindness-correcting glasses, to help people experience colors for the first time.
Robert Spruijt, Perceptual Psychologist, comments that “Colorblindness is a situation where because your eyes are different than someone else’s eyes, you don’t the see world the same way”. Commonly, green and red look the same to people that are colorblind.
Valspar Paint believes everyone should experience color to the fullest. Valspar paired with EnChroma to develop glasses that would allow people to be able to see color for the first time in their life.
This documentary features four color blind participants who got to wear the glasses and experience colors they had never seen before.
Prepare to be hit right in the feels.