If people have asked you that more than once in your lifetime, then chances are you’ve probably got some degree of colorblindness.
Have you ever wondered if you see colors exactly as other people see colors?
One in 12 people have some sort of color deficiency. About 8% of men and 0.4% of women in the U.S. Source
Here’s an official test to tell whether you’re colorblind or not…
It’s as official as an online, interactive test can be, that is. Especially since computer monitors all show colors slightly different.
Keeping that in mind, have fun exploring the following pictures.
See if you can find the objects that are “supposed” to be there. Colorblind individuals cannot see them at all. Those with different types of colorblindness can only see some of them.
Color Blindness, or Color Vision Deficiency, is an eye condition where a person is not able to distinguish certain colors or shades of colors to some degree. Color Blindness does not mean that a person can only see black and white. A person with color blindness is able to see different colors, however they are not able to see some colors due to deficiencies in the eyes. Source
More About Colorblindness
- Colorblind Vision: An iPhone App To Simulate Colorblindness
- What Colorblindness Is… Really
- How To Tell If You’re Colorblind Based On The Way You See Colors
- What Causes Color Blindness & What It Looks Like
- An Explanation For Kids: What Is Color Blindness?
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