Color Blind Test – Can You Actually See All The Colors?

Are you color blind? How sharp is your vision? This color blind test will check your eyes to see if you can actually see all the colors.

While color blindness is usually slight, typically only affecting certain colors or certain shades of them.
The ability to see color varies from person to person. So how do you know if you’re affected? Have you ever wondered if you only see red you’re color blind?
This fun 4-part color vision quiz is based on the
Eye tests by Ishihara. ➤
With 20 color blindness test panels, it can help as a guide to see if your eyes are perfect or if you have a color vision deficiency.

Can you actually see all the colors or do you have total colorblindness? Take this simple yet incredibly accurate color blind test.

Let me know in the comments below.

Did you get all 20 correct? Then check out the harder challenge

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Color blindness, also known as color vision deficiency, is the decreased ability to see color or differences in color. Color blindness can make some educational activities difficult. Buying fruit, picking clothing, and reading traffic lights can also be more challenging. Problems, however, are minor, and most people adapt. Individuals with total color blindness may also have decreased visual acuity.

The most common cause of color blindness is due to a fault in the development of one or more of the three sets of color-sensing cones in the eye. Males are more likely to be color blind than females as the genes responsible for the most common forms of color blindness are on the X chromosome. Color Blindness can also result from physical or chemical damage to the eye, optic nerve, or parts of the brain. Diagnosis is typically with the Ishihara color test; however, some other testing methods also exist.

There is no cure for color blindness. Diagnosis may allow a person’s teacher to change their method of teaching to accommodate the decreased ability to recognize color. Special lenses may help people with red-green color blindness when under bright conditions. There are also mobile apps that can help people identify colors.

Red-green color blindness is the most common form, followed by blue-yellow color blindness and total color blindness. Red-green color blindness affects up to 8% of males and 0.5% of females of Northern European descent. The ability to see color also decreases in old age. Being color blind may make people ineligible for certain jobs in certain countries. This may include pilot, train driver, and armed forces. The effect of color blindness on artistic ability; however, is controversial. The ability to draw appears to be unchanged, and some famous artists are believed to have been color blind.

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20 thoughts on “Color Blind Test – Can You Actually See All The Colors?”

  1. I got all of them correct but my eyesight is far from amazing as I need to wear glasses for pretty much everything. However as long as I do wear them I can spot very tiny details pretty easily probably as I spend alot of time looking for little details as a job.

  2. 2 failed, the 1st in expert and the last one. Maybe because my TV.. it's kinda hard because not all display is properly calibrated.

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