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A Denver museum is enhancing the experience for people with color blindness

Category: Accessibility
Glasses showing black and white and color

Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art has started offering special glasses, produced by EnChroma, that help visitors with colorblindness view art in a more vivid way.

DENVER - For people who deal with color blindness, having the option to see the world in an enhanced way can help in a major way. Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is providing just that. The museum will now be offering EnChroma glasses to colorblind visitors, which will allow them to see their art in a clearer and more vibrant way.

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