Life on a muted spectrum

  • | Wednesday | 25th March, 2020

It drafted a notification for issuing driving licences to people with colour blindness, albeit only if it’s not severe or complete. Life has been relatively normal despite the diagnosis of red-green colour blindness, says the 23-year-old who is pursuing his Master’s in Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. Like many children, his case with colour vision deficiency also came up in school. Challenging the conditionLiving in the US where one can get a licence if the colour blindness isn’t severe, Aditya says driving too becomes easier with practice. Picked up painting randomly as a challenge to colour blindness.

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