Seeing Color For The First Time in 24 Years

A man who hasn't seen color since the age of 7 gets a pair of EnChroma glasses and can see in color once again.

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+9 1. Platonic commented 4 years ago

Same reaction when my dad bought a colour tv... :D :D
(any way, thats fantastic for him, go on bro..)
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+25 2. monkeyboy commented 4 years ago

Sorry for the off topic comment but want to thank snotr and everyone who works on this, it has been my favourite website since the beginning of me having a favourite website lol you sift through the crap so we don't have to :)
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-6 3. Dannelito commented 4 years ago

how does he now which color is which if he has never seen any?
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+8 4. Sizzlik (admin) commented 4 years ago

#2 Thanks. You are very welcome.
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+1 5. camoga commented 4 years ago

my lord this is news for me, also you had to do was buy a pair of $300 glasses and you can see colors. amazing hopefully one day it will be that easy for deaf people.
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+6 6. repcentbl commented 4 years ago

#3
he is colorblind since age of seven , so he has seen colors before ...
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+7 7. Geekster (admin) commented 4 years ago

#2 Thanks for the kind words man! :) I'm very glad to see you enjoy Snotr and appreciate the work we put into it.

Long live Snotr!!! _\\//
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+1 8. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

This makes me even more grateful, I have Tetrachromacy ( it means I see more colours than most people...handy when you work in the photographic trade ). I literally can't even begin to imagine what the world would be like without colour...mind numbing stuff.
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0 9. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

I am very sceptical that this guy could only see shades of grey. For one thing the company that sell these glasses would have required fairly exacting details of the users condition before they could supply the correct lens for his problem what ever it was, so it couldn't be a surprise.

I am also very surprised that after a gap of approximately 18 years (guess) that he would be able to instantly connect the colour names to the colours he was seeing and even more surprised that his brain was able to make sense of all that new information so instantaneously. I think it is more likely that he was colour blind to a lesser degree possibly red green and the glasses were allowing him to separate the shades which is what they are designed to do.

only my opinion. O:)
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0 10. huldu commented 4 years ago

#6 To be fair that was not clear in the video, all she says a "little kid" never that he was seven when he stopped seeing colors. I can understand the slight confusion when he started mentioning the colors by name.
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0 11. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#10 It says it in the title :P :(|)
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+2 12. Rickspinion commented 4 years ago

#8 Functional Tetrachromacy: Only women and only 2 found on the entire planet.

"http://www.popsci.com.au/science/medicine/this-woman-sees-100-times-more-colours-than-the-average-person,396736"
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0 13. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#8 I prefer B&W photographs :(|)
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0 14. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

I liked # 2's comment a lot. <3
This is a really nice video that was posted back in May and that deals with a very similar topic.
http://www.snotr.com/video/15348/Colorblind_guy_experiences_true_color_for_the_first_time
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0 15. repcentbl commented 4 years ago

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A man who hasn't seen color since the age of 7 gets a pair of EnChroma glasses and can see in color once again.