Most of us know at least one person who is colorblind. It's a truly interesting phenomenon that most people don't spend much time thinking about — unless you yourself are colorblind, of course.
Being colorblind can make many everyday tasks more challenging — such as choosing ripe fruit, reading traffic lights, and selecting outfits to wear for the day.
But here's the thing. You might be colorblind and not even realize it! Plenty of colorblind people go through years of their lives without realizing that they don't have normal color vision. That's where this test comes in.
It's called the Ishihara Color Test, and it's used to test individuals' color vision.
In order to take the test, sit approximately 30 inches from your phone screen or computer monitor and scroll through the following images, paying attention to what you see inside each circle.
Most importantly, keep in mind that this test is not a substitute for an actual medical opinion, and your results may vary based on your monitor settings. If you suspect you may be colorblind, it might be a good idea to meet with an eye doctor for confirmation.
Now, on with the test!