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Our eyes can only detect colors of light that we see as a rainbow, primarily shades of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These are the specific wavelengths of light that the receptors in our eyes are tuned to. Light of shorter or longer wavelengths doesn't excite our eyes' receptors — so we can't see anything beyond red infrared or violet ultraviolet on the electromagnetic spectrum of light. You can see how the electromagnetic spectrum works in the handy graphic below. Shorter wavelengths are on the left and longer wavelengths are on the right. It is possible for other animals to see wavelengths outside of our rainbow: Bees can see ultraviolet light , which is just past violet light on the electromagnetic spectrum. And on the other end of the spectrum, snakes can see infrared light , which is just past red light.
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The site cites Tristan Harris, a former Google project manager, who has reinvented himself as an anti-distraction campaigner. Both iOS and Android offer the option to set your phone to greyscale, something that can help those who are colourblind as well as let developers more easily work with an awareness of what their visually impaired users are seeing. For people with full colour vision, though, it just makes your phone drab. I spent a week with my phone in greyscale mode, to give it a go, and I can report that the answer is: sort of. Some effects are immediately notable.