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Coblis — Color Blindness Simulator

Coblis — Color Blindness Simulator
If you are not suffering from a color vision deficiency it is very hard to imagine how it looks like to be colorblind. The Color BLIndness Simulator can close this gap for you. Just play around with it and get a felling of how it is to have a color vision handicap. As all the calculations are made on your local machine, no images are uploaded to the server. Therefore you can use images as big as you like, there are no restrictions. Be aware, there are some issues for the “Lens feature” on Edge and Internet Explorer. So go ahead, choose an image through the upload functionality or just drag and drop your image in the center of our Color BLIndness Simulator. If there are any issues with the Color BLIndness Simulator please send a note trouth the contact page. As it is not not so easy to describe color blindness it comes in handy, that some smart people developed manipulation-algorithms to fake any form of color vision deficiency.

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