The app that lets the colorblind see the world in a new light: Microsoft 'color binoculars' can allow sufferers to see far more clearly



Microsoft has unveiled a new app that aims to help the color-blind distinguish between different colors, using an iPhone camera as the translator.
Called Color Binoculars, the free iOS app from Microsoft Garage uses filters to adjust images based on three different kinds of color-blindness, allowing the differences and even the colors themselves to stand out.
The tool could provide a much cheaper solution to help people see the world in fuller color, allowing them to appreciate the brilliant hues of fall foliage or determine whether meat is finished cooking.
HOW IT WORKS  The app uses... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 55
Source: Daily Mail
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