How Color Blind People See the World

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How colorblind people see the world

Everyone's heard about colorblindness, a

significant number of global celebrities such as Bill Clinton, Keanu Reeves, Mark Zuckerberg, and even Prince William are known to be color blind.

But do you know what color blindness is? Color blindness, also known as color vision deficiency

Is not a disease, but to decrease the ability to see color or differences in color.

Approximately every one in twelve men and one in 200 women are affected by it.

So there's a high probability that someone you know, a neighbor, or a co student is colorblind.

There are four different types of colorblindness, each of them provides deficiency in different color shades

For a person with normal vision it is hard to imagine what it is like to be colorblind

And how people like this see the world.

Which color do they see? Do they see any at all? What does it mean not to be able to see red and so on?

That is why we at bright side prepared a visual comparison of all color blindness types and put them together for your better understanding.

Let's have a look together

People with normal vision usually see the world around them in these colors

However people with Deuteranopia, the first type of color blindness see the same picture like this

Deuteranopia is the most common form of colorblindness.

around 4.63%

of men suffer from it and in many cases don't even realize it

It's clear from the photo that the colors have lost some of their brightness especially with regard to green and red

And people with protanopia see these pencils like this.