Like most people, I’m sure you’re familiar with the term “color blindness”.
In a nutshell, people who are color blind have difficulty distinguishing between certain colors.
Lots of people are color blind. In fact, millions of Americans (including yours truly) have a red-green deficiency (the most common form of color blindness).
The thing is, the vast majority of us color blind individuals still see the world around us in color. We simply fail to see certain colors as they really are.
And for the most part that’s fine because it doesn’t affect our lives in any meaningful way.
But guess what? There are a few people around the globe who are completely color blind. That is, they see the world around them in black and white.