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Artist Tests Color-Blind Correction Glasses - Discover Magazine (blog)

Being color blind never stopped Adam Fenton from painting. The London-based artist has built his career upon landscape paintings and color studies despite being one of the millions of men with some form of red-green color blindness. But when Fenton heard about a new type of glasses that could correct for color-blind vision, he was eager to see what difference they could make in both his art and his daily life.

One of Fenton’s friends sent him an article about Oxy-Iso glasses; a lens technology that enhances the wearer’s vision of oxygen levels in blood and highlights certain color hues that would normally be invisible for people with red-green colorblindness. Researchers at 2AI Labs originally invented and sold the glasses under the brand name O2AMP with the idea of helping physicians and nurses better spot veins beneath the skin or see bruises on a patient’s body. More recently, the glasses have found a customers among the colorblind community as well.

“When I first heard about them, I envisioned wearing them and being instantly cured,” Fenton says. “It was nothing like that, but other interesting things happened.”

The evolution of color vision

The Oxy-Iso glasses arose from the evolutionary theories of Mark Changizi , a theoretical neurobiologist and director of human cognition at 2AI Labs. Changizi has observed how humans and certain other primates have evolved the unique ability to see red-green colors. By comparison, most mammals lack the ability to see red-green colors. Changizi’s theory, as detailed in his book “ The Vision Revolution ,” suggests that red-green color vision evolved to help the social life of primates such as humans.

Oxygen levels in blood can change skin color between red and green, whereas control over the amount of blood in the skin can make the color shift between yellow and blue. Together, they can transmit a wide array of social signals. A flushed face can signal anger; blushing may...

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  • New Glasses Transform The Way Colorblind People See The World

    01/13/15 ,via Huffington Post

    EnChroma, a company in Berkeley, California, has created colorblindness correcting glasses, which allow those who are colorblind to see hues they may have never experienced before. While the sunglasses, which are meant for outdoor use in daylight, were 

  • Artist Tests Color-Blind Correction Glasses

    01/15/15 ,via Discover Magazine (blog)

    But when Fenton heard about a new type of glasses that could correct for color-blind vision, he was eager to see what difference they could make in both his art and his daily life. One of Fenton's friends sent him an article about Oxy-Iso glasses; a

  • The 'magic' glasses that could let the colour blind see normally

    01/15/15 ,via Daily Mail

    'Colour blindness is often considered a mild disability, but studies show that over 65% of the 300 million people with colour vision deficiency (CVD) say they feel handicapped by it,' said Tony Dykes, CEO of EnChroma, the firm behind the glasses.

  • High-tech glasses help the colorblind see world of hues

    01/10/15 ,via Houston Chronicle

    In addition, the glasses may not work for people with severe red-green deficiency, about 20 percent of the color-blind population. For the most part, Carter said she is able to live a normal life. But there are unexpected downsides: When her daughter

  • How Technology Helps the Color Blind See a More Vibrant World

    01/18/15 ,via Care2.com

    Volunteers who suffered from color blindness, which is identified via testing, were asked to use the glasses. Color deficiency testing involves colored circles and dots in patterns which are easily recognizable for those with normal vision. Users


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