Colour plays a significant part in our daily lives. Though around 8 per cent of men and 0.5 per cent of women experiencing red-green colour vision deficiency, so for them, life may often be not so straightforward…. Though it is noted that red-green colour deficiency affects around 1 in 12 men of Northern European heritage. […]

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If you are colour deficient you know that the eye has four types of light receptors—rods, that are good for night vision, peripheral vision, and motion changes and three types of colour-sensitive cones which are responsible for central vision and colour. A simplified theory of colour vision states that there are three primary colours, (red, yellow and blue) that […]

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