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color blindness

color blindness

(Top left: normal, top right: type 1, bottom left: congenital red-green anomaly, bottom right: type 3)

Color blindness is a disorder that causes people to see colors differently from others, and there are two main types: congenital and acquired.

The main types of color blindness are the inability to distinguish between red, blue, green, or all of them, and black. Accessibility is also used to deal with such color blindness, and the main way to deal with it is to adjust the brightness of the colors.

In this way, even if something looks black and white, you will be able to distinguish it by its shade. This site was also created with color shades in mind.