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Okay...just wondering here if anyone knows this one:

I was thinking about color blindness (luckily an affliction that I do not suffer from). I realize that the people who do have this affliction do not see solely in black and white and do see SOME color...it's mostly a shading issue and that certain colors become muddied (green and red).

Because it's green and red, I'm curious about THIS:

While color blind people would still have normal everday regular life 3D depth perception, would they have artificial depth perception brought on by the 3D glasses since the lenses are one blue (sometimes green) and one red. Do they see a dual image? Do their eyes with limited color spectrum allow them to filter out the second image from each eye?

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slacker_x
Oct. 8th, 2008 10:40 am (UTC)
Well, speaking as a red-green color blind man, I know that traditional blue/red 3-D glasses don't work for me. However, I'm not sure if that's universally true for all red-green color blind people.
pabsungenis
Oct. 8th, 2008 02:00 pm (UTC)
The classic ones would not work (because the brain interprets the two filtered images as being the same) but the lenticular-style polarized ones they use nowadays would.
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