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Am I Color Blind Quiz

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Can You Pass This Ishihara Color-Blind Test?

All around the world, this is the most well-known color blindness test. You must pick the corresponding digits for each plate you can see.

Color blindness is a fairly prevalent ailment that goes undiagnosed because you are unaware that you are not seeing colors as others do. However, testing for color blindness is simple and does not require a doctor's appointment.

Not a 100% diagnose! This test is made only to help you decide whether you should go to a doctor or not. Please be aware that computer-based color blindness tests sometimes provide different results than the original ones. Only three primary colors can be shown on a computer display.

The Ishihara Color Blindness Test. It is a test for diagnosing red-green color blindness. The test consists of a series of colored plates, each with a number or shape hidden in it. For people with normal vision, the number can be seen as distinct against the background. For people with some form of color blindness, they will see either a different number or no number at all on that plate.

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Although the world is replete with red roses, green grass, and blue skies, some people struggle to appreciate all of the hues in the rainbow. It's not their fault; red or green cones in the eyes simply aren't sensitive enough to one color. This causes certain colors to merge into orange, yellow, or brown tints. Color blindness occurs naturally as we get older. Nonetheless, have you ever wondered whether your vision is adequate?

If your room is a collaborative effort, you and the team will want to make sure everyone's opinions are addressed. You may not be as aware of some colors or flowers if they aren't as popular around where you live (or elsewhere). So why not?

Have you ever thought about whether your color vision is correct? Have you ever checked if your color vision was accurate? Here's your chance to find out. Please keep in mind that this quiz is for fun only and should be taken only by a medical professional. Anyway, have fun with it! You might be shocked at how well you do.

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How color vision is tested:

The color-based pattern recognition test assesses your capacity to detect a pattern based on its hue. We are able to determine which colors you have difficulty seeing by testing with various colors. People who have color blindness can see different colors better than others. The type and extent of color vision deficiency may be determined depending on which colors are seen.

Test format:

The dot pattern will appear as a sequence of images made up of tiny dots. Look for anything that looks like a shape, such as a number or a symbol, inserted inside the dot arrangement. Select the button corresponding to the shape you see.

Should I guess?

Yes! If you're not sure about the design, it's always better to go with your gut. If you're totally undecided or see nothing, choose "Unsure" or Nothing" by selecting the button that says "Unsure" or Nothing." You can also use the keyboard to type "Nothing," which will respond as Yes.

1What Number Do You See? (red-green test)

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Nothing

2What Number Do You See? (red-green test)

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Nothing

3What Number Do You See? (purple-grey test)

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Nothing

4What Number Do You See? (green-grey test)

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Nothing

5What Number Do You See? (purple-green, "Deutan" test)

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Nothing

6What Number Do You See? (purple-green, "Deutan" test)

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Nothing

7What Number Do You See?

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Nothing

8What Number Do You See?

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Nothing