Colorblind Museum Visitors Can Now Use High-Tech Glasses to Experience Art as They Never Have Before

Colorblind people try on EnChroma’s glasses that correct for colorblindness. Courtesy MCA Denver. For years, activists have lobbied for greater accessibility to museums, including improved accommodations for those who use wheelchairs. Visitors have brought suit against museums from Florida to California for violating the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), while in the private sector, dozens of New York galleries have been hit with a lawsuit claiming that their websites are not equally accessible […]

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