How people with color blindness see the worldBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/how-people-with-color-blindness-see-the-world
Have you ever wondered how people with color blindness or color blindness see the world? Despite the name color blindness, this does not mean that a person with color blindness sees the world in black and white. 99% of people with color blindness can see colors, but not all. There are several types of color blindness - deuteranopia, protanopia, tritanopia, and monochromacy.
1. This is how a person sees with normal vision.
2. Deuteranopia is the most common type of color blindness. About 4.63% of men and 0.36% of women experience this type of color blindness, sometimes without even knowing it. People with deuteranopia see colors as more muted, especially when it comes to greens and reds.
3. People with protanopia do not distinguish between shades of red and green.
4. People with tritanopia see the world in greenish and pink colors. This is a very rare form of color blindness that affects 0.0001% of people.
5. General color blindness, or monochromaticity, is the rarest form of color blindness. Monochromatic people can only see in black and white. It is estimated that only 0.00003% of people in the world suffer from monochromaticity.
6. And now for more illustrative examples of the four types of color blindness. Pug among tulips.
7. Traffic light.
9. Frida Kahlo.
10. Lake view.