I would just as well prefer external equipment for that, as re-emitting light in the normal range has got to screw up the normal range. I think what has happened is that the prosthesis is more transparent in the upper range and the cones always had the ability to see it but the normal eye absorbed uv light so it did not make it to the cones. Even a ways down into the greens the colors are more visible. I have some multicolor LEDs in Mason jars in the West window that turn on and shine most of the night and in the untreated light the greens and blues are faint so the over-all look leans to orange while in the other eye the greens and blues are very bright and the blues lean to purple so the overall impression is in the blue-green.
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