The world around us color blind
• The world around us color blind
Have you ever wondered what our world seems to people's inability to distinguish colors like most of us? This article will allow you to make this presentation.
Despite the name, tsvetoslepota does not mean that people suffering from this deviation, see everything in black and white. In fact, 99 percent of them see the color, so that the term is used correctly "color vision deficiency". According color-blindness.com site approximately 0, 5% of women (i.e., from 1 to 200) and 8% of the male (1, 12) suffer from some form of color blindness.
For example deuteranomalopia - this deviation, in which colors are represented almost poblokshimi, Protanopia - this is when everything seems a little greener than in reality, and acyanopsia means the predominance of green-pinkish tones. And only about 0 00003% of the population are unable to see the colors absolutely - this is called monochromacy. Below you will see some represented one or another picture of people with different disabilities in the perception of colors. Normal vision - so see color people with normal vision.
It is the most common type of tsvetoslepoty. Deuteranomalopia affects about 4, 63% of men and 0, 36% of women. Many of them do not even know about it. They only see colors slightly more dull, especially red and green.
Sufferers Protanopes see the red and green color rather washed-out, and the yellow and blue almost the same, as well as people with normal vision. This type occurs in only one per cent of men.
People with acyanopsia whole world seems to be pinkish-greenish. This is a very rare form of tsvetoslepoty, which affects only about 0.0001% of men and women.
This is the rarest form of tsvetoslepoty. She suffered only 0, 00003% of all people.
And now a few examples: