New software helps users that are color blind

    March 13, 2006

This solution could open the door to many more individuals looking for a career in GIS…

A simple interactive software program called eyePilot(TM) enables anyone, no matter what kind of vision they have, to work more effectively with color-coded information and graphics. Designed as a “floating window” that is easily dragged-and-dropped over any web page, document or computer application, eyePilot allows users to quickly and more accurately view and work with color-coded information. Developed by Tenebraex Corporation, designers of innovative optical products for businesses, individuals and the military, eyePilot is available today at

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