Discovered partly by accident, the innovative EnChroma Cx-65 lenses offer revolutionary views for color blind users

Last month, EnChroma announced the launch of its new line of indoor-use EnChroma Cx-65 eyewear, available in prescription and non-prescription form for helping persons of all ages with red-green color vision deficiency (CVD) to appreciate a widened color spectrum anywhere.

Formed in 2010, the company first released its color-enabling sunglasses in 2010, and has since allowed a rising number of users with color deficiency to see the world in new depth—but has discovered some amazing possible applications for its glass technology, too.

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