Adaptive changes in color vision from long-term filter usage in anomalous but not normal trichromacy

John S. Werner, Brennan Marsh-Armstrong & Kenneth Knoblauch
For over 150 years, spectrally selective filters have been proposed to improve the vision of observers with color vision deficiencies. About 6% of males and <1% of females have anomalies in their gene arrays coded on the X chromosome that result in significantly decreased spectral separation between their middle- (M-) and long- (L-) wave sensitive cone photoreceptors. These shifts alter individuals’ color-matching and chromatic discrimination such that they are classified as anomalous trichromats. Broad-band spectrally...
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