Army Colour Vision Coloring Pages

April 7, 2019 5:23 am by fcchocolatebar
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Army Colour Vision Coloring Pages

What did you see? “73” Those with normal color vision see a 73. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

What did you see? Those with normal color vision or total color blindness should be unable to trace the line. Most people with red green color blindness can trace the wiggly line, depending on the severity of the condition.

Try your best! If you can see all of them you are definitely color abnormal, as some of them should only be seen by colorblind people and others only by non-colorblind ones 🙂

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What did you see? “45” Those with normal color vision see a 45. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

What did you see? “16” Those with normal color vision see a 16. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

What did you see? “7” Those with normal color vision see a 7. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

Personal comment: I believe that this scanned plates have some shifts in color. They don’t really consist of the same colors as the original versions. With these plates I would suffer from deuteranomly as any other test shows that I’m suffering from protanomaly.

What did you see? Those with normal color vision should be able to trace the red and orange wiggly line. Red green color blind people will trace the red and blue-green wiggly line. People with total color blindness will be unable to trace any line.

What did you see? “74” Those with normal color vision see a 74. “21” Those with red green color blindness see a 21. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

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Hereafter the 38 Ishihara Plates will be shown. If you would like to take an online test, please visit my collection of Online Color Blindness Tests.

What did you see? “42” Those with normal color vision should see a 42. 2, faint 4 Red color blind (protanopia) people will see a 2, mild red color blind people (prontanomaly) will also faintly see a number 4.

4, faint 2 Green color blind (deuteranopia) people will see a 4, mild green color blind people (deuteranomaly) may also faintly see a number 2.

What did you see? “29” Those with normal color vision see a 29. “70” Those with red green color blindness see a 70. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

What did you see? Nothing People with normal vision or total color blindness should not be able to see any number. “5” Those with red green color blindness should see a 5.

What did you see? “12” All people should see a number 12, including those with total color blindness – If someone said they can’t see something, or saw something else – they are fibbing:)

  • Plate 1 and 24 are control tests – people with normal vision and all forms of color blindness should be able to distinguish these. These two plates are particularly useful for identifying cheeky behaviour when testing children!
  • This test cannot guarantee complete accuracy. Your monitor and quality loss of online images may affect the original colors used. Should these tests suggest that you may be color blind, you should seek professional confirmation.
  • You can toggle back and forth between the original plate and the answer by clicking on the plate itself.
  • You need to have JavaScript enabled to reveal the answers. For any further problems – leave a comment at the bottom of this page :).

NEW: A man by the name of Antony Tran has converted my test into an Android App, So for all of you with Android smartphones / Pads, check out Color Blend. The app can also tell you what color something is just by pointing your device’s camera at it – VERY handy for us color blind people.

What did you see? “3” Those with normal color vision see a 3. “5” Those with red green color blindness see a 5. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

Dr Shinobu Ishihara introduced in 1917—almost 100 years ago—the most well known color blindness test. Each of his tests consists of a set of colored dotted plates, each of them showing either a number or a path. Since then this is the most widely used color vision deficiency test and still used by most optometrists and ophthalmologists all around the world.

What did you see? “26” Those with normal color vision should see a 26. 6, faint 2 Red color blind (protanopia) people will see a 6, mild red color blind people (prontanomaly) will also faintly see a number 2.

2, faint 6 Green color blind (deuteranopia) people will see a 2, mild green color blind people (deuteranomaly) may also faintly see a number 6.

The Ishihara Color Test for Color Blindness Ishihara Color Blindness Test Plate 1

What did you see? Those with normal color vision should be able to trace a green wiggly line. Most people with any form of color blindness will be unable to trace the correct line.

What did you see? “15” Those with normal color vision see a 15. “17” Those with red green color blindness see a 17. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

What did you see? “8” Those with normal color vision see an 8. “3” Those with red green color blindness see a 3. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

What did you see? Those with normal color vision should be able to trace the blue-green/yellow-green wiggly line. Red green color blind people will trace the blue-green and red line. People with total color blindness will be unable to trace any line.

What did you see? Nothing People with normal vision or total color blindness should not be able to see any number. “45” Those with red green color blindness should see a 45.

What did you see? Those with normal color vision should be able to trace along both the purple and red lines. Those with Protanopia (red colorblind) should be able to trace the purple line, those with protanomaly (weak red vision) may be able to trace the red line, with increased difficulty.

Those with Deuteranopia (green color blind) should be able to trace the red line, those with Deuteranomaly (weak green vision) may be able to trace the purple line, with increased difficulty.

What did you see? Congratulations, you made it to the end! Everyone should be able to trace this wiggly line. If you found this test useful or interesting, please send this page to your friends.

What did you see? “5” Those with normal color vision see a 5. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

There are other color blindness tests available, but none of them is as famous as the Ishihara plates. It is also well known, that even people with normal color vision sometimes struggle with this test. But nevertheless this plates are still in use in the absence of any better and still affordable color vision test.

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What did you see? “5” Those with normal color vision see a 5. “2” Those with red green color blindness see a 2. Nothing Those with total color blindness see nothing.

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What did you see? “6” Those with normal color vision see a 6. Nothing The majority of color blind people cannot see this number clearly.

Plates 1 – 17 each contain a number, plates 18 – 24 contain one or two wiggly lines. To pass each test you must identify the correct number, or correctly trace the wiggly lines.

What did you see? Those with normal color vision should be able to trace an orange wiggly line. Most people with any form of color blindness will be unable to trace the correct line.

  • Transformation design: Color blind people will see a different sign than people with no color vision handicap.
  • Classification design: This is used to differentiate between red- and green-blind persons. The vanishing design is used on either side of the plate, one side for deutan defects an the other for protans.
  • Hidden digit design: Only colorblind people are able to spot the sign. If you have perfect color vision, you won’t be able to see it.
  • Vanishing design: Only people with good color vision can see the sign. If you are colorblind you won’t see anything.
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