A technology That Can Color The 'Look' Of Color Blind People

Thursday, 19 March 2020

Scientists have been able to create a contact lens that after applying it, people of colorblind will be able to see the colors scattered throughout the world.

An article published in the Optical Letters, a scientific and research journal on the eye and vision, claims to have made a contact lens that will allow color-blind people to see all colors, especially red. It can easily distinguish red. This technology is no less a blessing to the color blind people.

James Scott Clark Maxwell, a Scottish scientist, did much in the nineteenth century to help color-blind people see color, which involved making one color shinier through a nano-molecule.
Innovations in this technology came to an abrupt end when a few years ago meteorologist Don McPherson accidentally managed to absorb rare particles into a transparent material and also achieved the target of light filtering.
Ankuroma, a specialty eyewear manufacturer for color blinds, furthers this research and, with the help of this theory, has been able to create lenses that wear color blind people recognize red and green separately.

The back of the human eye has specialized cells on the retina called cones. The function of these corners is to notice the difference in colors. If these angles are malfunctioning, they do not adapt to different wavelengths of different colors and are unable to combine colors. The same defect of the angles has been corrected in the lens of the Enkoroma and the color has been adjusted to the wavelength.

Keep in mind that color blind people are not able to distinguish between many colors, especially red and green, so it is impossible for such people to not see the traffic signal as they see every color mostly gray or white. ۔

It should be noted that the disease can be due to hereditary, congenital and genetic defects, as well as some medications such as hydrochloride and endemic bottle. Bouncing newborns can also make a difference on the screen and can cause the disease.

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