We may not all recall the first time we saw the colour purple, but chances are it probably wasn’t as memorable as this man’s experience.
Ethan Scott, was born with red/green colourblindness and explains it doesn’t mean he sees the world in black and white, but that tones appear “a little bit more dull.”
“I can see some pink and some green,” he said, “it’s just sometimes green looks brown or yellow, and pink looks silver or blue.”
A company called EnChroma has developed glasses that virtually cure the user’s colourblindness, and Scott’s fiancé decided that this year for his birthday, he wants to give him the power of colour.
But instead of telling him what the glasses were or what they did, he just put them on his face and waited for magic to happen.
And recorded it all.
At first Scott thinks that they are just regular glasses, and remarks that they’re “very nice,” before nonchalantly looking around the office.
But after a few more moments of looking through the colour-correctingRead More »from Watch a colourblind man see colour for the first time