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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] COLORBLINDNESS Colorblindness is the inability to distinguish the differences between certain colors. This condition results from an absence of color-sensitivity pigment in the cone cells of the retina, which is the nerve layer at the back of the eye Pedigree of a Colorblindness Most color vision problems are inherited (genetic) and are present at birth. People usually have three types of cone cells in the eye.Each type senses either red, green, or blue light. Causes of Colorblindness There is currently no treatment for inherited color blindness.Color filters or contact lenses can be used in some situations to enhance the brightnessbetween some colors andthese are occasionally used in the workplace, but many colorblind people find these actually confuse them further rather than help. Cures for Colorblindess What is Colorblindess? What you seewhen you are colorblind This charts shows the percent of the population that is over 60 years old and is colorblind. the countries/continent shown are Japan, Europe, and North America in the year 2002 and the estimated population of 2050, How Can You Tell Your Colorblind? If you are often told you are wrong when you see a color, then you might want to get your eyes checked. There are many different types of being colorblind, so you can go to a doctor to see if you are and which type you are and getglasses or lens to help see the colors more clearly When you here the word colorblind you probably think of people just seeing black and white. That is almost never the case. People usually just see the colors but faded.Usually no one is completely colorblind and only sees in black and white. A Myth about Colorblindness double click to change this title text! Take a Colorblind Test!
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