Sometimes we take the little things for granted. For those of us fortunate enough to not have a disability, it can be easy to forget that what we consider simple tasks or abilities, others would give anything to be able to do.
One such example is the ability to see color, which in one form or another affects nearly five percent of the population. However, advances in technology have begun to be able to give these people the ability to see everything on the color spectrum. One such piece of technology is called EnChroma glasses, which this 66-year old color blind Florida fan had the opportunity to try on for the first time recently:
The results were predictably emotional — even Georgia fans will have a hard time not feeling something — and a nice reminder to be thankful for the abilities we don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about.