Simulate different kinds of color-blindness on images directly in your webbrowser. All the processing is done locally and the images do not leave your computer.
About this project
This project is inspired by Coblis - the Color BLIndness Simulator. But instead of uploading the images to a server it does all the image processing locally in your webbrowser.
You can choose between 2 different Simulation Algorithms (Both are not proven to produce good or realistic results!):
But there is this comment which claims to be from the author:
You're right, the ColorMatrix version is very simplified, and not accurate. I created that color matrix one night (http://www.colorjack.com/labs/colormatrix/) and since then it's shown up many places... I should probably take that page down before it spreads more! Anyways, it gives you an idea of what it might look like, but for the real thing...
As far as a simple script to simulate color blindness, this one does the best job:
There are a few other methods, and no one really knows exactly what it would look like... these are all generalizations of a small sample, set against the masses.
The HCIRN Color Blind Simulation function
The Color Blind Simulation function is copyright (c) 2000-2001 by Matthew Wickline and the Human-Computer Interaction Resource Network ( http://hcirn.com/ ). It is used with the permission of Matthew Wickline and HCIRN, and is freely available for non-commercial use. For commercial use, please contact the Human-Computer Interaction Resource Network ( http://hcirn.com/ ).