erythropsia

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erythropsia

[‚er·ə′thräp·sē·ə]
(medicine)
An abnormality of vision in which all objects appear red; red vision. Also known as erythropia.
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INSPIRED Gaming, which supplies in-shop terminals for the betting industry and was recently admitted to the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), has bought Red Vision, the computer generated imagery (CGI) and visual effects production company, for an initial pounds 3.3 million.
His eyes were indeed examined, and scientists concluded that Dalton lacked the retinal pigment for red vision.
Mr Edwards, whose family still live in the St Nicolas Park area of Nuneaton, shared the award with people from a company called Red Vision, and Mike Tucker who creates models for popular television series Dr Who.