EnChroma announced a new line of EnChroma Cx-65 eyewear for indoor use that enables people with color vision deficiency (CVD) to see colors indoors.

The EnChroma Cx indoor glasses allow users to better identify and interpret color-coded information at school and outside of class. The Company’s optical coating technology, Digital Color Boost, enhances color brightness, contrast, and clarity. The technology uses a series of precise “cutouts” along the light spectrum. By removing the wavelengths between the primary colors, Digital Color Boost amplifies the signal sent to the brain. The EnChroma Cx uses a stronger version of the Digital Color Boost coating.

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The EnChroma Cx indoor glasses are available in prescription and non-prescription eyewear, and in polycarbonate form for pediatric, sports, and industrial safety usage. The product is anticipated to ship on March 30, 2015.

For more information call (510) 497-0048 or visit EnChroma.com.