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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Color Blindness A reduced ability to distinguish between certain colors -99% of all colorblind people are not really color blind but color deficient; the term color blindness is misleading.-There are three main types of color vision deficiency: protan, deutan, and tritan defects.-The terms protan, deutan, and tritan are Greek and translate to first, second, and third.- About 8% of all men are suffering from color blindness.-If a woman is red-green colorblind, all her sons will also be colorblind.-Red Green Color blindness is predominantly found only in men.-The Facebook logo is blue because Mark Zuckerberg suffers from red-green color blindness.-Color blind individuals are denied drivers licenses in Romania and Turkey for fear that they cannot read traffic signals.-Complete color blindness, where an individual sees just gray and black, is actually very rare.-Color blindness can passed on through genetics, but can also be caused by aging, retina damage or eye diseases. Facts about color blindness The Ishihara Color Blind Test is used to detect color blindness People who are completly color blind (very rare) see the world like this. The following is a chart of what people with protanope see and people with deuteranope people see. This graph shows the prevalence color vision deficiency in boys, by ethnicity. Citation: -www.fhwa.dot.gov-www.allaboutvision.com-http://www.colorblindnessfacts.com/10-facts-about-color-blindness/-http://www.color-blindness.com/2009/01/06/50-facts-about-color-blindness/-www.archimedes-lab.org-micro.magnet.fsu.edu-http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001002.htm
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