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COLOR-BLIND PENCIL / stationery

COLOR-BLIND PENCIL

Color blindness is a congenital disease usually inherited due to some disorders in X chromo some among sex chromosomes. Throughout the world, about 6% of males and some 0.5% of females cannot distinguish colors properly. Above all, red-green blindness is most common.

Those who have congenital blindness undergo many discomforts and have trouble distinguishing delicate and subtle differences of colors unlike ordinary people as they are unable to see or recognize certain colors out of mixed ones. Color-blind people have difficulties in learning as well.

University

Keimyung University

Keimyung University
Daegu, South Korea

University

Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Daegu, South Korea

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Keimyung University

Keimyung University
Daegu, South Korea

Soyeon Han

Design

Yeungnam university

Yeungnam university
Daegu, South Korea

MinJeong Cheon