New app helps color-blind sufferers adjust TV screens
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The SeeColors app from Samsung has been created to make it significantly easier for people suffering from color blindness – or Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) – to adjust their TV's color settings for a more accurate display. Samsung believe that the majority of those affected by CVD are completely unaware of their condition. They claim that the app is so accurate that users may discover that they are suffering from the condition even if they weren't previously diagnosed. Samsung worked with the Budapest University of Technology's Klara Wenzel, who developed the Colorite Test, a way of letting people self-diagnose the…
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