People with color blindness have difficulty distinguishing between certain colors. It is often a genetic condition that is passed down through the X chromosome, however, it can also be caused by nerve damage or exposure to certain chemicals. Color blindness affects about seven percent of the male population and a much smaller number of women.
I developed ChrōmaZōn to be a tool to help people with color blindness interpret the world around them. Its operation is very simple: just point the camera at something and then read what color it is. You choose between a circular and a rectangular viewfinder and resize it with the touch of your finger.