New Google Chrome extension helps color-blind users surf Internet without any problem.
To pass the leisurely time, the Internet isn’t always one of the first choices of color-blind people. In fact, for color-blind people using the Internet becomes highly irritating as they aren’t even able to see logos properly.
However, Google has identified a way to fill in this gap that exists between color-blinds and the web. Google recently launched Chrome extension Color Enhancer, which tweaks the colors of the browser to help the user overcome partial color-blindness.
The only thing user is required to do is walk through the primary calibration process and the extension does the rest of the task itself.
This although is not a very complicated addition in the web world but it definitely will make a lot of difference in the lives of color-blind people. It will help them spot web objects that would have gone unnoticed previously.
In March 2015, a Santa Cruz resident accidentally invented EnChroma CX sunglasses that helps cure the color blindness in human beings.
Do you know anyone facing color-blindness issues? If yes, don’t forget to share this extension and EnChroma CX sunglasses update with them.
Francois Beaufort (Google+)
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