Firefighter Overcome By Emotion As He Sees In Color For First Time
Gratitude to extraordinary glasses from an organization called EnChroma, people with colorblind can ultimately see life in a whole new day by simply putting on a pair of glasses. Enchroma gave Spencer Caradine from Douglas County, Georgia, the gift of seeing color for the first time in over 40 years and his reaction is truly priceless!
A heart-touching video posted by Jordan Gardner from Georgia reveals the Douglas County Fire Department donating an EnChroma glasses to his colleague Spencer Caradine, who only lately discovered he was colorblind. The footage shows Colorblind Spencer was moved to tears when his co-workers bought him a pair of special glasses.
Spencer’s priceless reaction when he is finally introduced to the world of colors that got him teary eyes. As you could imagine, seeing colors properly after living for 40 years will likely garner a memorable reaction. So, when Spencer popped on his new EnChroma glasses, his colleagues decided to film his experience, and it is extremely heartwarming.
In the past, there was not much cure for color blindness, and it was a condition there was not much that could be done about it. But, nowadays that can be changed.
The glasses that are produced by EnChroma company have specifically tinted eyeglasses which help color blinded people to see colors properly; however, they do not remedy colorblindness.
People who wear color blind glasses also might widen career opportunities for them and help them match the right colors. By wearing the EnChroma glasses more accurate color recognition and their brans can better distinguish red wavelengths from green wavelengths. How cool is that?
men are known more likely to be colorblind. The genes that inherited color blindness are on the XX chromosome, and because men have 1 X chromosome and women have 2 X chromosome, and that is the cause men are much more likely to be colorblind than ladies.
In most cases color blindness is triggered by abnormal photopigments, those are the color-detecting molecules that are cone-shaped and are located within a layer at the back of the eyeball that holds sensitive cells to light, which triggers nerve pulses that pass via the optic tissue to the brain.
There are three kinds of color blind people. Some people are red-green color blind, people who are blue-yellow color blind and the third one is being total color blind, but those kind of cases are infrequent, the Red-Green Color Blindness is the most common. Big praise for EnChroma company glasses which enabled people to see the true colors of the earth!