This picture shows the vision of two different people. The article “color blindness awareness” mentions the effects of color blindness. It states that the most common form of color blindness is known as red/green, which means that the person mixes up all colors that have some red or green as the whole color. An example the article gives is a red/green color blind person will confuse a blue and a purple because they can’t see the red element of the color purple.
My boyfriend and I always go back and forth when it comes to deciding what color something is. There have been situations that I have told him a center object is orange, yet he sees it as a bright red. At first, I thought he would say it just to fool around, but I have noticed that one of us is somewhat color blind. This connects with the lecture we had in class about perceiving color.