Color for the Colorblind: Valspar Makes Glasses to Help People Perceive, Discern Colors
Nearly 300 million people experience the world without color every day. Valspar believes everyone should be able to see the world in all its color and beauty.
The paint and coatings giant, based out of Minneapolis, recently teamed up with EnChroma make glasses specially designed to help colorblind people perceive and discern colors.
It's part of their #ColorForAll campaign.
The glasses don't “restore” color, but uses filters to help enhance the separability of the spectrum that they can see.