Sunday, September 25, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

How to Improve your Color Vision with… Red Light?



A new study out of the best opthalmology department in the world says you can increase the number of colors you can see by about 20-30% by just shining a red (670nm) light in your eye for 3 minutes, and that this effect persists for at least a week. Sounds stupid, but is it?

The UCL study:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-02311-1
Casey Connor’s Video:

Show Notes and Transcript:
http://chromaphobe.com/photobiomodulation/
Glossary, including all the technical terms in this video:
http://chromaphobe.com/words/
Info on EyePower Red:
https://eye-power.co.uk/

00:00 Intro
00:33 Photobiomodulation
01:02 Low Level Laser Therapy
02:29 Mitochondria
03:46 Solution
05:09 Color Contrast Sensitivity
07:08 Test
07:45 Results
08:43 Colorblindness
09:56 Replication
11:05 EyePower
12:01 Conclusion

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4 thoughts on “How to Improve your Color Vision with… Red Light?
  1. Interesting video! I wonder what would happen if I – as a non color deficient – would use such a red light therapy and what I'd see then. Maybe smething new, maybe nothing new.

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