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Yellow and green appear red while blues look violet




Orange, red, and yellow look greener and colors are dull



Garden Blue Blind Tritanpia

Blue looks green and yellow can appear gray pink or violet

More Information About Color Blindness

Normal vision means you have normal photopigments, or color-detecting molecules, that allow you to see a full array of colors. Color blindness or deficiency, means your photopigments are abnormal causing your color perception to be limited and inaccurate.

There are 3 main types of colorblindness; take the test to find out if you could be colorblind. If you believe you could have color vision deficiency, consult with your eye care professional.

Normal Color Vision
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With Normal Color vision, you can identify all colors. Your retina is made up of normal working nerve cells containing pigments that react to light efficiently.

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Deuteranopia Vision
garden green blind deuteranopia

You have an abnormal green cone cells in your retina. Yellow and green appear redder and it’s difficult to discern violet from blue. In some cases, reds look brownish-yellow and greens appear beige.

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Protanopia Vision
protonopia blind

You have abnormal red cone cells resulting in reds appearing black or red and/or orange and yellow appearing green with an overall dullness in color.

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Tritanopia Vision
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Referred to as blue-yellow color blindness. Your blue cone cells are abnormal so blue appears greener, and it can be hard to distinguish yellow and pink.

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Your color vision is only part of the equation. Find more at-home vision tests and learn how to take an active role in your eye health.


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What’s this test based on?

EyeQue uses the industry standard Ishihara test to measure color perception and screen color deficiencies. The process consists of colored plates, aka Ishiara plates, which contain a number among dots, randomized in size and color. Since its creation by Dr. Shinobu Ishihara in 1917 it remains the most accurate color perception for red-green color deficiencies.

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