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Eye to eye

The eyes have it.
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They have glasses now which allow most color blind people to see some of the shades they are missing. [link]1
I have always wondered what it must be like to be color blind and imagine that it might be possible with todays technology to create a pair of spectacles which act as heads-up displays and can actively change a wearers' perception of reality to reflect how it is perceived by another.

The lenses of these glasses would consist of see-through displays [link]2 and allow users to see the world through the eyes of another individual.

Ever wonder what the world really looked like to Van Gogh?
Want to see how the world appears on LSD, or what it might look like for the rest of your life if you try mushrooms one too many times?
Positive and negative after images of everything you glance at, and tracers following any moving object. Ooh, and auras around people and objects as the negative after-images overlap each other following the micro movements of your eyes... all digitally tracked
Perhaps the Higher-Order-Aberration of the eye setting might be more to your liking letting you see spectacular rainbow halos around every light source.
Maybe you've been curious as to what a migraine aura looks like, or just exactly what a scintillating scotoma might look like, or cataracts, or tunnel vision, or...


Somewhere under the rainbow https://www.youtube...watch?v=o6QuYiY1EJg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Apr 28 2017]

See through display https://en.wikipedi...See-through_display
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Apr 28 2017]

Chromatize http://hackaday.io/project/10230
I'm working on something similar to enable colorblind people to see color. I don't really understand this idea yet, but maybe it and my project could benefit from each other. [notexactly, May 03 2017]

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       I see you. I see all of you. ALL OF YOU.
blissmiss, Apr 30 2017
  

       I see you too [bliss]. Yer sparkly.   

       The 1st link is good. I found a similar one months ago for the same product. I hope they aren't trumped up reviews.   

       Semi-related, tinnitus and hypertension make you think you are hearing bells.
bigsleep, Apr 30 2017
  

       I see... actually I'm not sure I see.
pashute, May 03 2017
  
      
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