34 ratings (3.559 average)
What's new in this version (1.63):
-Option to remove ads in menu
-better algorithm for colorblind display
Free Augmented Reality App to help designers and color deficient people with six color blindness modes.
Designers can simulate Color Deficiencies to see what a color deficient person would see when looking at interior designs, website designs, or game designs.
When used in design systems the user will be able to see exactly what their designs are preventing colorblind users from seeing. When they see that indistinctness they will easily be able to change the color scheme of their website or game to one that is distinguishable between users
Games can be the hardest to determine what a colorblind user cannot see because of action. Enliven is in real time
Use textures to easily see colors that are difficult to differentiate. By selecting a color that is easily visible to the colorblind user, the augmented reality application uses a special algorithm to show the colorblind user what they are missing. This will then let them make better decisions when using systems that are different color
Last comments from Android Market
Nice app, controls fiddly and ads intrusive though.
Is there an error message on desire? Just no display?
Excellent idea. Works on droid-x again. A little laggy, but better than the first version. Not responsive enough to walk down street with it.
Great app with great intentions, very innovative
Good idea, but slow and inaccurate
Looks good but couldn't understand how it works or what its supposed to do.
Not quite useful for colour weak/blind person.
Cool for taking random photos