Paris Museum First In France To Use Special Glasses For Colorblind Visitors To See Exhibits In A New Way
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An estimated 350 million people — 1 out of every 12 men and 1 out of every 200 women — are colorblind. Those people face a host of challenges, from deciphering traffic lights to appreciating internationally acclaimed artwork.
Interestingly, Centre Pompidou, a museum of modern and contemporary art in Paris that hosts 3.5 million visitors annually, is taking steps to help its colorblind visitors see artwork