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Are you colour-blind? Try our test!

Espresso Logo Espresso | Slide 1 of 31: <p>In 1917, Japanese doctor Shinobu Ishihara invented a test to detect colour-blindness, a condition that makes it difficult to perceive certain colours.</p><p>The test consists of identifying the various shapes formed by circles of different colours. We’ve created a similar test for you to try!</p><p>If you can’t answer the questions in our test, that may mean some colours are invisible to you. If that’s the case, you may want to consult an ophthalmologist.</p><p>The correct answers for this plate are: 7, 13, 16, 8, 12, and 9 (from left to right). Watch out—our test also contains letters and different shapes such as animals and objects. Good luck! </p>

Are you colour-blind? Try our test!

In 1917, Japanese doctor Shinobu Ishihara invented a test to detect colour-blindness, a condition that makes it difficult to perceive certain colours.The test consists of identifying the various shapes formed by circles of different colours. We’ve created a similar test for you to try!If you can’t answer the questions in our test, that may mean some colours are invisible to you. If that’s the case, you may want to consult an ophthalmologist.The correct answers for this plate are: 7, 13, 16, 8, 12, and 9 (from left to right). Watch out—our test also contains letters and different shapes such as animals and objects. Good luck!
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