To improve sleep by reducing blue-light melatonin disruption, I wear night-glasses that filter short wavelengths (e.g. something like these). With these glasses on, both the top and bottom bars of this test image will appear visually identical:
(Source: Personally derived from this public domain image and released to public domain)
But the colour spectrum you "see" while filtering the blue light will not appear to be either of these bars; instead some partially de-saturated hybrid of the two. I think this is probably due to a pervasive blue wavelength of the LCD back-light regardless of defined colour contrast.
However, there is something else odd going on. If I wear these glasses for several hours and then remove them for some reason - all the blue colours I should see will be muted, partially de-saturated or even interpreted as a shade of green for at least several minutes afterwards (I haven't stop-watched the effect). Freaky.
Why is this selective shift of colour perception occurring for a while after removing wavelength filtered glasses?