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  • Ridgeview High School
  • Bakersfield, CA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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A group of three students are doing their science fair project on human perceptions of colors, color blindness, and the biological factors at play. One of the students, Levi, suffers from protanopia, a form of red-green colorblindness. Levi is serving as the control for their experiment. The group will create a questionnaire to serve as their experiment. Their goal is to collect data on how our perception of colors varies depending on person's photo-receptors in their eyes. Obtaining a pair of color blind corrective glasses will not only fulfill a lifelong dream for Levi, but will also inspire him and his groupmates to produce a fantastic science fair project.

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A group of three students are doing their science fair project on human perceptions of colors, color blindness, and the biological factors at play. One of the students, Levi, suffers from protanopia, a form of red-green colorblindness. Levi is serving as the control for their experiment. The group will create a questionnaire to serve as their experiment. Their goal is to collect data on how our perception of colors varies depending on person's photo-receptors in their eyes. Obtaining a pair of color blind corrective glasses will not only fulfill a lifelong dream for Levi, but will also inspire him and his groupmates to produce a fantastic science fair project.

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