New image technology transforms colour blind viewing experience | University of East Anglia partner zone | The Guardian
In today’s vibrant culture of brightly coloured TV screens that mistake no longer has resonance, but issues associated with colour differentiation remain a problem for the UK’s 2.7 million colour blind people.
to improve image quality for viewers who are colour blind as well as those who are not. This ground-breaking image enhancement technology could help to make colour blind-friendly screens become a standard across the country.
Its complex technology ensures computer, TV, smartphone and even cinema screens appear with greater definition, “adding a totally new level of detail” according to their
Using complex mathematical models to subtly adjust individual colours, their technology strengthens an image’s visibility for colour blind people, while simultaneously naturalising it for other viewers.
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