Glasses Solve Color Blindness Problem

FEB 7, 2013 08:16 AM ET // BY JESSE EMSPAK

An old question about human evolution has yielded a technology that helps correct color-blindness, allowing people to distinguish reds and greens they previously couldn’t see.

The resulting glasses are called Oxy-Iso lenses, and are made by O2Amp. The way they function is simple: filter out certain wavelengths of light and enhance others, primarily in the red part of the spectrum.

Read more: Glasses Solve Color Blindness Problem : Discovery News.

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