Colorblind Brothers See Colors for the First Time
Color blindness affects approximately 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women in the world. Recent studies say that color blindness may soon be treatable with a single injection by 2017. Although there isn't a cure for color blindness, there is alternatives such as glasses from EnChroma.com.
Meet Jimmy and Jace. Both brothers are colorblind. So their parents bought Jim a pair of EnChroma glasses which lets people who are colorblind see colors the same way we do. There reaction is priceless!