For people suffering from color deficiency or color blindness, ChromaGen works by altering the wavelength of light as it passes into each eye, which dynamically balances the speed of information travelling along the optic nerve to the patient's brain. This enhances color perception and discrimination enabling the user to distinguish color and experience the full color spectrum.
There are two primary markets ChromaGen addresses: The first is to offer a significant visual improvement to people who have never seen certain colors or shades. The ChromaGen System will allow a person who is diagnosed as color deficient, to fully experience a dramatic sunset for the first time, or to see the complete range of colors on a beautiful fall day.
The second segment of the market is a more practical and commercial application. ChromaGen offers an optical corrective solution for individuals who cannot perform their job because they cannot distinguish between the colors of wires or lines and therefore cannot be approved for their work. Examples may include: electricians, telephone personnel, or servicemen and women.
ChromaGen contact lenses are just like regular contact lenses, except they are colored in the center--the part which is positioned just in front of the pupil. The rest of the contact is clear, making them practically invisible.
ChromaGen technology is colorful, but that doesn't mean that everyone else has to know you're wearing it. ChromaGen contact lenses are a descrete and convenient way to enjoy a world of color.