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Celebrating India’s 71st Republic Day, Panasonic Lumix and C Lab has empowered colorblind photographers with the #RightToColour through a specially designed viewfinder lens that helps to saturate and balance color. The digital campaign #RightToColour aims to promote equality by making everyone able to experience colors in the same way.

About 300 million people worldwide and 13 lakh people in the country suffer from some degree of color blindness and this impacts their everyday life depending on the severity. While somebody with normal vision can identify 150 hues, a color-blind aspirant can distinguish only as many as 20 hues. However, in recent times, technology has created innovations that can transform the everyday experiences of the physically challenged. Keeping this belief at the core, the #RightToColour campaign showcases the struggles of color-blind photographers, while narrating true life experiences of an Assam-based photographer, Hizol Chodhury who wishes to see his photographs as the world sees them. The film highlights how Hizol has to rely on his team for color correction and saturation of his work and the challenges he faces in the personal and professional life.  Panasonic Lumix and C Lab makes his wish come true by giving him the right to color through a Lumix camera fitted with a customized viewfinder, that saturates and balances pixels to allow colorblind photographers to see colors just like everyone else. The film captures the sheer happiness and confidence that this innovation has given Hizol, as he feels connected to his work like never before.

Talking about the campaign, Mr. Shirish Agarwal, Head, Brand and Marketing Communications, Panasonic India said, “Nearly 8% of people in India suffer from some degree of colour-blindness, there only dream is to be able to see the world as we all see it. Through this campaign we wanted to bring alive the spirit of Republic Day by enabling those affected with the right to colours. Technology has always been at the core of our business and #RightToColour serves as a remarkable example of how innovative solutions can improve the lives of our customers.”

Mr. Haresh Nayak, Group MD, Posterscope – South Asia, said, “At C Lab we believe in creating solutions that enhance a consumer’s experience and subsequently, their lives. This builds brand advocacy and loyalty. Every time we work on a project, we are enthralled to see how technology is bringing solutions that one could only dream of. Our effort to bring colour back into the lives of colourblind photographers is an example of what technology can do.”

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Srivatsa Ramesh
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