Xtal Display resources(?) for Colour Blindness / Colour Deficient Vision / Colour Impaired Vision

L. Cranswick lzc at xrdsv1.dl.ac.uk
Tue Jan 23 04:37:49 EST 2001


I am putting together a page on resources on colour palettes
relevent for Crystallographic software with respect to users
who have Colour Blindness / Colour Deficient Vision / 
Colour Impaired Vision.

  http://www.ccp14.ac.uk/solution/colour_blindness/

Most/All of the relevant resources I can find on the web relate
to creating "Colour Safe Web Pages".

Are there any relevant links or papers out there for
creating "optional" modes structure viewing software
for the various forms of colour blindness?

Thanks in advance,

Lachlan.

PS:  For those who don't like to go through middleman
webpages, some relevant links are:

Christine Rigden's Safe Web colours for colour-deficient 
Vision:

   http://innovate.bt.com/people/rigdence/colours/
   http://innovate.bt.com/people/rigdence/colours/ColChoice.html


Example palettes: Sample selection of 10 distinguishable colours
   http://innovate.bt.com/people/rigdence/colours/ColChoice.html#examples
   http://innovate.bt.com/people/rigdence/colours/Comp10.jpg

Colour Confusion :  (neutrals,  yellow, blue)
     (Normal, Protanopia,  Deutanopia, Tritanoptia)
   http://innovate.bt.com/people/rigdence/colours/colours1.html

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VisiBone Color Lab 

   http://www.visibone.com/

VisiBone Color Deficient Vision Card
      
    http://www.visibone.com/colorblind/

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Testing for Colour Blindness (via)
   
    http://www.visibone.com/colorblind/

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