Posts Tagged ‘color “blindness”’

“Color blindness,” or more formally, color vision deficiencies (CVD) affect roughly 10% of the population, mostly men.  Few people are truly blind to color; most simply have some degree of weakness perceiving certain parts of the spectrum.  People with CVD often compensate by being more sensitive to differences in luminance, texture, and position. Predicting the [...]

May 24th, 2010 | Filed under Uncategorized