Here's How Color Blind People See The World

As many as eight percent of men and .5 percent of women of Northern European descent have the common red-green form of colorblindness, according to the National Eye Institute. Many of them, however, don’t even know it.

Have you ever had an argument with a friend about the color of a particular object? Just imagine that your favorite red jacket suddenly is, according to your crazy friend, a green one! Don’t worry, take a deep breath… probably he’s just simply color blind… or maybe you are color blind?

The video below helps us understand how a color blind person sees the world and explains the causes of color blindness.
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