Recently Samsung launched a new application called SeeColors, it helps people with colour vision deficiency adjust the colours of their QLED tv to their specific needs so that they can enjoy TV viewing experience to the maximum.
This application lets people diagnose the type and extent of their colour vision deficiency and then link to their TV.
Samsung through representative survey found out that nearly 300 million people suffer from CVD, with approximately 8% of men and up to 1% of women affect. However, the majority of people with CVD are unaware of their condition and the impact it has on their quality of life.
The SeeColors app is available for download from the Smart TV App store. Users can also download the app to conduct the diagnosis through Google Play and the Galaxy App Store for Samsung Galaxy smartphones S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S7, S7 edge and S8 devices. Once users connect their Galaxy smartphone to their QLED TV, the TV will automatically adjust the colour setting based on the user’s diagnosis.
The SeeColors app is created in partnership with Colorlite®, a Hungarian company that applies certified technology based on 20 years of scientific research to lenses to help people address CVD. The SeeColors app marks the first time Colorlite® is being used on TVs and smartphone devices.
SeeColors android application can be downloaded from Android play store and Galaxy app store.