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README.md

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Color Oracle

Design for the Color Impaired

Go to http://colororacle.org/ for downloads, usage, design tips, user manual, and links!

This repo contains the Mac version. Looking for the JAVA versions for Windows, Linux?

Color Oracle is a free color blindness simulator for Window, Mac and Linux. It takes the guesswork out of designing for color blindness by showing you in real time what people with common color vision impairments will see.

Color Oracle applies a full screen color filter to art you are designing – independently of the software in use. Eight percent of all males are affected by color vision impairment – make sure that your graphical work is readable by the widest possible audience.

Read this article for more information: Color Design for the Color Vision Impaired

Authors

Feedback

Color Oracle is a work in progress and will improve with time and your input. Please share your Color Oracle testimonial with us and send us an email.

Note

Color Oracle is using the best available algorithm for simulating color vision impairment. However, highly saturated color may not simulate well using the present version of Color Oracle.

Downloads

Download the latest version for macOS, Windows and Linux from http://colororacle.org/.

License

CC-BY using the MIT License, see the LICENSE.txt file for complete details.

© 2006–2018 by Bernhard Jenny and Nathaniel V. Kelso.