: Reverse-Colorblind Test :
: Here are the images imbedded within the previous two
: To reveal them, I've done a contrast and color correction in Photoshop
: to bring amplify the normally hard to see variation in the blue and
: green ends of the spectrum.
: Again, the interesting thing to note here is that folks
who are colorblind
: are not 'impaired' in the sense that they really see *less* than others,
: rather, you could just say that they're more sensitive to some things
: than the rest of us are.
: Another interesting fact is that all creatures with
vision perceive the
: color spectrum differently. The most famous is probably dogs'
: colorblindness. Imagine what their world must be like? Humans,
: however, have the luxury of being able to learn to intellectually
: compensate for their vision, so someone who is colorblind may
: be able to guess from the context if something non-colorblind people
: see as red, is actually red.