Samsung introduces SeeColors on 2023 TVs and monitors to improve the viewing experience for color blind users

The accessibility feature helps color blind viewers recalibrate their screens for a more enjoyable viewing experience

SeeColors has obtained the “Color Vision Accessibility” certificate from TÜV Rheinland

Samsung adds SeeColors mode to its TV and monitor range from 2023.[1] The new accessibility feature provides different color settings based on the type and degree of color blindness.[2] for an enhanced viewing experience.

SeeColors mode has nine presets so you can select the one that suits you best. The function adjusts red, green and blue levels so that people with color blindness can more easily distinguish colors on the screen.

SeeColors was originally released in 2017 as an app that helps people with color blindness see the image on their screen as it was intended. The functionality is now more intuitive than ever, built into the accessibility menus of TVs and monitors. Have you already bought the 2023 model? Then comes a software update that adds SeeColors to the Accessibility menu.

TÜV Rheinland has granted Samsung the “Color Vision Accessibility” certification,[3] Acknowledgment of SeeColors for helping people with color blindness better experience content on Samsung screens. This recognition is in line with Samsung’s accessibility vision of “screens everywhere, screens for everyone”.

“We are very excited to be introducing additional accessibility features like SeeColors and Relumino[4] on our TVs and monitors in 2023. This can really help people with color blindness and low vision.” Tonnie van Schijndel, Senior Director of Marketing, TV and Audio, Samsung Benelux “As part of Screens Everywhere, Screens for All, we continue to innovate to bring inclusive technologies closer to consumers.”

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[1] SeeColors mode is available on 2023 Samsung TV and display range, including Neo QLED, QLED, OLED, smart display, and G95SC gaming monitor.

[2] This functionality is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the treatment, mitigation, cure, or prevention of any disease or medical problem. Any information found, obtained or accessed through this functionality is provided as a convenience to the user and should not be construed as advice.

[3]TÜV Rheinland is headquartered in Cologne, Germany and is a world-renowned testing organization that certifies quality and safety in various industries. “Color Vision Accessibility” certificate awarded on June 7, 2023.

[4]Relumino mode is a display mode on select Samsung TVs designed to improve the visual capabilities of blind people, so everyone can watch their favorite shows, movies and documentaries like never before. By focusing on specific parts of videos – such as contrast, color, and sharpness – this feature makes it easier than ever to differentiate content on your TV screen.

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