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You see in Color - NOT just in Black and White

 

Visual clarity comes from the combined responses by the Blue, Green, and Red cone photoreceptors in our eyes.  Those color responsive photoreceptors function much like the color pixel receptors in a digital video camera with the retina neural ganglia layers functioning like a biological circuit board to facilitate perception.

 

Red-Focused Vision

(more stable distance vision)

 

Photoreceptors as Pixels

 

 

 

Red is focused on the retina contributing to close vision instability

 

Red and green photoreceptors control visual focus

 

The higher percentage of red photoreceptors (75%) in the retina of some people enhances their distance vision but makes it more difficult for them to focus on near distance images.  The spasms of the muscles attached to the lens in trying to focus on near images for those individual creates the cognition symptoms which we call dyslexia.

 

Photoreceptor Distribution

Vision / Photoreceptor Type

Red % (L)

Green % (M)

Blue % (S)

Green-Focused Vision

50

45

5

Red-Focused Vision

75

20

5

An abnormal distribution of photoreceptors types results in spasms of the lens and the lens not able to properly focus on the retina. ViewChroma™ Lenses bring chromatic clarity to overcome the near-vision difficulties inherent in Red-Focused Vision (RFV).

 

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