Projector Tweaks The Colors of Printed Materials For The Color Blind (Video)
Sep 06, 2013 09:30
It's hard or sometimes impossible to change something once you've printed it. Researchers at Wakayama University in Japan have developed a projector system that allows print materials to be adjusted, even after they're printed.
The system manipulates contrast to saturation and colors and can compensate for the way a color blind user sees the printout. Check it out in action below: [DigInfo TV]
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