If you're suffer from color blindness then you're more likely to miss that vibrant red t-shirt in your white load. Ending up with pink undies is no fun as a guy, losing the ability to color coordinate your outfits is so frustrating due to your inability to recognize colors.
Designer Lifeng Yu has come up with Bright-F to help vision impaired people recognize colors. Bright-F is a kind of labeling system that translates visual information into sounds.
It detects the brightness, saturation, and hue of color. You can sort through like colors by organizing them in groups with similar tones.
Converting Color into Sound
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