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Samantha 1 month ago
Apparently, I need to talk to my eye doctor. Didn't realize it. Thanks, Izi, and can we have more helpful articles such as this?
       
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Ronna 1 month ago
#2 suprisingly easy to read. do i have it, or foreners need to see inglish that way.
       
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Renius 1 month ago
Ronna,

It's not supposed to be a test to see if you have it, but a depiction of what it seems like to the brain of a dyslexic person. I have it and I learned special skills to read. I don't decode the word but recognize it's shape, so my spelling has been a nightmare, and punctuation nearly meaningless. (I practice writing everyday to stay as good as I am.)
       
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Sly 1 month ago
Those colour ones, the little pictures and the big pictures look exactly the same to me. It is hard to explain to people what colour blindness is like, because it is normal to people that have it. And it is not colour blindness as I see colour, just some of them appear the same. And some seem the same, my ginger cat often looks green to me, not grass green but that green that is almost ginger, maybe if you have good colour vision you don't know what I mean, so it is like I am talking German and you are Spanish. Que ?
       
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Renius 1 month ago
Sly,

I have friends with multiple varieties and I like to adjust the colors scales of images until they say the pictures match. It's intriguing to see how the different kinds see different parts of the spectrum. For all us full spectrum folks the best way to understand is to wear colored glasses for a day tinted with the missing color. I still wish to get a pair of those special color correcting lenses for my friends, just to see their faces when witnessing the new colors.
       
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Kelvin Fiagbe, a Ghana-based medical student and video creator, made a whole video series showing how people see with various medical conditions, such as diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma. It is really insightful… and frightening.

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