Colorblind viewers have been installed at the Radnor Lake State Park in Tennessee so that they can equally see the beauty of nature.

Radnor Lake State Park has finished installing 11 colorblind viewers spread out across the park to promote and let colorblind people appreciate the brilliance of colors of the autumn season.

Most of those who tried the viewer mentioned that originally, they could only see green and yellow colors in the trees but when they look into the viewers, they could see more colors in the trees such as red and orange, giving their sightseeing more color and quality. It may not be a big difference for some people but for those who are colorblind, it is a great improvement.



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