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Different Types Of Colour Blindness

There are three types of color blindness; Red-Green color blindness indicated by a limited function of either the red or green cone photopigment. (Cone cells are responsible for detecting color). Blue- Yellow color blindness causes a person to confuse blues with green and yellows with violet. Then there is complete colour blindness where a person…
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5th March 2018 0
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Rainbows are a one-of-a-kind natural phenomenon that have been fascinating mankind from the very beginning. There are numerous legends revolving around this seemingly magical arc of color. Some people believe it to be a bridge between the homes of Gods, while others believe it to be a path created by God for us to follow…
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22nd January 2018 0

Contact Lenses

A contact lens is a thin curved lens that is placed in the eye and is specifically designed to cover the pupil of the eye. Contact lenses act as an extension of the eye and are used to correct irregularities that are responsible for a number of vision problems. These include Myopia (short-sightedness), Hyperopia (long-sightedness),…
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28th December 2017 0

Ishihara Test

Eye colour blindness is a condition that some have where they can’t tell certain colours apart, usually between red and green, and occasionally blue. There is a test that people take to see whether they have this colour deficiency or not, called the Ishihara Test. A Japanese professor called Dr Shinobu Ishihara was tasked with…
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14th November 2017 0

Welcome to

Welcome to! We will shortly on this page present information regarding daltonism and everything color blindness-related. If you or anyone you know suffer from daltonism, make sure to bookmark this page for further information in the future.

16th October 2017 0