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    Declan Rogers submitted a video to a nationwide contest held by EnChroma, maker of the glasses. He and his brothers were among 75 students nationwide who won the Enchroma color vision improving glasses. Declan’s video, recorded by his mother, Stephanie, points out that when he draws pictures they are usually devoid of color.

Declan Rogers submitted a video to a nationwide contest held by EnChroma, maker of the glasses. He and his brothers were among 75 students nationwide who won the Enchroma color vision improving glasses. Declan’s video, recorded by his mother, Stephanie, points out that when he draws pictures they are usually devoid of color. Stephanie Rogers Courtesy to The Sacramento Bee
Declan Rogers submitted a video to a nationwide contest held by EnChroma, maker of the glasses. He and his brothers were among 75 students nationwide who won the Enchroma color vision improving glasses. Declan’s video, recorded by his mother, Stephanie, points out that when he draws pictures they are usually devoid of color. Stephanie Rogers Courtesy to The Sacramento Bee

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