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    Question Another WOC Question

    OK, something I been thinking about.. Can a person who is color blind enjoy World of Color? Just askin...

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    Re: Another WOC Question

    yes you will get a las vegas water show

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    Re: Another WOC Question

    uh.. it would be the same show in black and white, try video taping it, then turing on the black and white effect, and see what you think

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    Re: Another WOC Question

    most people that are colorblind aren't completely colorblind..
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    Re: Another WOC Question

    The term "Color blind" when being applied to humans doesn't mean they see in black & white. The colors are often jumbled or sometimes switched around. One of the most common forms is red and green being reversed or appearing more brown.
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    Re: Another WOC Question

    **smiles** I’m think most of you think color blind means they can ONLY see in black and white but, people just have hard time telling the difference of two-three colors.

    When you see this



    Color blind people see this



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    Re: Another WOC Question

    ^ then yes. they would be able to enjoy it. i like those colors LOL

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    Re: Another WOC Question

    Yeah, colorblindness has nothing to do with being blind to color. Never having been colorblind, I can't speak from experience, but I'm sure it'd still be quite a spectacle. The colors would simply be somewhat less varied than what folks with "normal" vision see - which is what colorblind people would be used to, anyway.


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