The COLORON range is a co-development between Professor Abraham Gyorgy (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) and Medicontur Medical Engineering Ltd., an international medical device manufacturer with over 30 years of experience in the development of high precision optics in the field of Ophthalmology.

After more than a decade of scientific research and continuous patient examinations we are very proud to launch the COLORON range and make it available throughout Europe.

Red-Green Colour Deficiency

About 1 in 12 males are affected by colour vision deficiency (CVD) - it is a quite common condition. Globally that's roughly equal to the entire population of the United States. There are multiple types of CVD, as well as different levels of severity.

Most colour vision deficient people have red-green type CVD and experience difficulty distinguishing yellow, orange, red, green and brown - roughly all shades of colours except for blue and violet. At times, this can make it difficult to perform certain tasks that involve colours.

Colour Vision Deficiency occurs when the wavelength sensitivities of particular photo receptor cells in the eye overlap more than they should - this increased overlap causes many colours to be indistinguishable from one another.

See the diagram what it means technically.

How COLORON works

By filtering out the wavelengths with the highest overlap, the COLORON LuxDim and LuxBright lenses are designed to improve the distinction between colours.

This results in a broader spectrum of colours and hues and enables both protan (red) and deutan (green) colour vision deficiency  types to  differentiate with better success.

COLORON colour vision enhancing clips are not a cure, but a versatile tool that can be activated on demand to enable functional colour vision for when its needed.

Our LuxBlue optics inserted into the base frame, aren't just a placeholder for your prescription optics - they protect the retina of the eyes from harmful light waves - your retina's health determines your colour vision in the long run.


Get to know your colour vision deficiency type and receive a customised recommendation from us within 5 minutes.

We can be more precise with calibration, but even without it we can achieve a good result. The calibration has to be done by a person with "normal colour vision" - if not possible, the test can be performed without calibration and with comparable percision.


Our colour vision research dates back as far as 20 years and we take pride in our scientific and fact based approach. We have undertaken hundreds of examinations to guide our development in creating solutions that would help the majority of red-green colour deficient people around the world.


There are 3 types of cones (blue, green and red) in the human eye that are sensitive to colour. These cones or photo receptors are located on your retina and identify every colour around us.

Colour Vision Deficiency (CVD) occurs when the sensitivity intervalid of one of these cones is shifted - in most cases it is the red or the green one.

People with severe colour vision deficiency can distinguish between 20 different hues, whilst normal seeing people are able to differentiate between over 100 hues.

In more than 100 professions, color vision deficiency can be a disincentive, and 75% of CVD-affected people often experience a slowdown in their work or studies due to their different color vision.*

*Medical guide to vocational and occupational aptitude assessment and career counselling / [edited by Péter Brunner]; [written by Péter Brunner et al.] ; pub. National Institute for Occupational and Occupational Health Institute for Youth Health Protection


Experience how colour vision deficient people see our world!