Colorblind residents see color for the first time using new technology
Colorblind Michiganders saw the world through a new lens Saturday afternoon.
Standing at the top of the hill at William G. Milliken State Park, with a view overlooking the Detroit River, Eric Holland could see the red leaves and purple flowers for the first time.
Usually, everything looks like a green blob to him, he said. When the colors are stacked on top of each other, it can be hard to tell the difference.
With his new EnChroma glasses, the world is a little brighter.
EnChroma creates lenses that use special optical filters that help the colorblind see an expanded