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CH Show HN: CBVision – An accessibility camera app for the colorblind

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CBVision is a utility app for the colorblind. It works by shifting the problematic colors (respective to the type of colorblindness) towards colors that are easier to differentiate.

This app DOES NOT simulate colorblindness, and it’s not intended for people with normal vision. Instead, it helps make the world a little more accessible for the colorblind.

Use CBVision to:

– Pass Ishihara tests

– Correctly view the images that are not colorblind-friendly

– Differentiate between problematic colors (red/green, blue/purple, etc.)

– and much more

Please leave a rating or a review if you find CBVision helpful, or if you have any suggestions on how to improve it further.

Helps with distinguishing colors

As someone who has been colorblind since birth, distinguishing between colors has always been a struggle. This app is able to help me out to see difference between colors.

The app does not help to correctly identifying colors in my experience, but that’s a task I have long given up on. The fact I can tell whether I’m looking at the same shade of blue or at a blue and a purple is amazing

If you are colorblind or know someone who is colorblind, let them know about this app :0


Kushagra Agarwal

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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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