Review: Oxy-Iso glasses


March 17th, 2013

There a several ‘cures’ to colorblindness in the form of special glasses available. I’ve always been interested in giving them a try. Luckily got me a pair of their Oxy-Iso glasses to review.

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Guest Article: A Mother’s Journey into Colorblindness


January 22nd, 2013

When my son Andrew was four years old his pre-school teacher told me that he was having trouble understanding simple patterns. I was already concerned that he couldn’t always identify colors correctly. Were these signs of a learning disability, or was it something else?

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On buying clothes, the color of asphalt and price tags.


May 18th, 2012

Imagine you’re 3 again and you’ve lost your mother in the grocery store. Shopping for clothing is one of the more problematic experiences for the colorblind. It brings together some of the most fundamental problems of being colorblind.

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On dinner plates, green cats and my grandfather


January 12th, 2012

I’m colorblind, my grandfather was also colorblind. He passed it on to me. is dedicated to him.

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A quick introduction to colorblindness


January 10th, 2012

About 8% of the male population has some form of colorblindness. In this article we’ll take a look at the basics of how colorblindness works.

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What happened so far


January 9th, 2012

Back in 2009 I had to pick a subject for my graduation thesis. I had various subjects in mind, non of which felt so close to me as the subject of colorblindness. I decided to graduate on colorblindness on the internet.

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