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Color Theory for the Color-Blind (01 Aug 2005)
Complete color blindness (monochromacy) is very rare. Most color-blind people are color deficient—there are certain colors they don’t see well, such as red and green. Any colors composed of red or green, such as brown, purple or orange, don’t look the same as they would to someone who sees all colors. What might seem to be completely different colors to most will look very similar to us.
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