A new mobile phone app can potentially mitigate color blindness by subjecting the user to augmented reality.
Popular DNS hacker Dan Kaminsky has unveiled a remarkable mobile phone app that aims to mitigate color blindness through augmented reality. DanKam is software that can be calibrated in order to determine the specifics of a person’s color blindness. After initial processing, it automatically color-corrects the world as seen through the phone’s lens to compensate for the user’s deficit.
[via Richard Banks]