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Coping with Colorblindness based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
It seemed more like a consciousness-raising book for the non-colorblind than any real help for those who are colorblind. Manages to cover a wide range of topics without giving any real information on any of them. For example, a chapter lists different tests for colorblindness, but doesn't say how you can obtain them, nor rate their pluses and minuses. Another chapter lists the kinds of colorblindness, but gives no clues how to determine which kind applies to an individual. There's no mention of the many on-line resources for colorblind people. My biggest gripe is that the book keeps saying protanopes "can't see red." Of course we see red. It's just that red doesn't look very different from many other colors. We can see it just fine. We just don't call it what the rest of the world calls it.