Many of us don’t think twice about the color of, say, trees.
However, it’s an entirely different world to those who experience red-green colorblindness, a condition that affects as many as 8 percent of men and .5 percent of women of Northern European descent. And as the viral PlayGround + video above shows, it’s a world with a lot less vibrancy.
Take, for example, this nature comparison outlined in the video. The left image above shows how people with red-green colorblindness might see a grass field, and the right picture shows what the patch really looked like.