Seeing Color: Genetic and Acquired Color Vision Deficiencies
Jim Doane was humiliated when he passed the ball to a member of the opposing team with the red jerseys instead of to his own team with the green jerseys. His team lost. He said he had a short-lived career in high school as a fry cook because he couldn't tell when the meat was cooked. He wanted to be a physician, but was told that career was closed to him, so he went into engineering instead. Now retired, Doane enjoys flying, but his license is limited to daylight hours because he can't tell red from green ...