ISHIHARA COLOR BLINDNESS TEST PLATE 1. Page 2. ISHIHARA COLOR BLINDNESS TEST PLATE 2. Page 3. ISHIHARA COLOR BLINDNESS TEST. ISHIHARA COLOUR PLATES – 38 SET. Plate 1. Everyone should see number Plate 2. Normal view: 8. Red-green deficiency: 3. Plate 3. Normal view: 6. Test for Colour-Blindness by. Dr. SHINOBU ISHIHARA. Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo. Member of the Japan Academy. 24 Plates Edition.

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Are your plates a true representation or do you think the reproduction of your plates makes it harder to see the numbers.

Those with normal color vision should be able to trace an orange wiggly line. Everyone should be able to trace this wiggly line.

Being color blind, i know that some are harder than others for me to see, but cannot really tell you how people with normal color vision see them: If you found this test useful or interesting, please send this page to your friends. Red green color blind people will trace the red and blue-green wiggly line. You need to have JavaScript enabled to reveal the answers.

Sit approximately 75cm from your monitor, with each circle set at eye level. The original Ishihara color blindness test was introduced in early last century and since then, it is by far the most well known color vision deficiency test all around the world.


Nothing People with normal vision or total color blindness should not be able to see any number. This test is actually designed to be used in a booklet and is usually executed by an eye doctor.

Those with normal color vision should be able to trace the red and orange wiggly line. What did you see? These two plates are particularly useful for identifying cheeky behaviour when testing children!

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First test plate of the Ishihara CVD test. I find my glasses do affect my colour vision, making colours appear slightly darker then normal. The majority of color copleto people cannot see this number clearly.

I know my current perscription for glasses has been changed slightly and these glasses are heavily scratched. Upon left clicking, the answer will be revealed along with an analysis explaining your condition if you got it wrong.

Plate 1 and 24 are control tests — people with normal vision and all forms of color blindness should be able to distinguish these. Doing them all helps you understand the severity of your color blindness. Whether or not you are accepted depends on how well you do with your visual tests, and which position you are seek.

Ishihara Color Test

Should these tests suggest that you may be color blind, you should seek professional confirmation. Must point out that some of these plates Coompleto have to really look at to get the numbers.


To pass each test you must identify the correct ishiara, or correctly trace the wiggly lines. Interior lights and glare can alter the color of the pictures. If you would like to see all the 38 plates in an overview, you can find them at Ishihara Test for Colour Deficiency — 38 Plates Edition.

Ishihara 38 Plates CVD Test

Jim, Glad you found the ishihara test useful: Preferably have mild natural light and no glare on your screen. Glad you found the ishihara test useful: This test cannot guarantee complete accuracy. This test consist of scanned plates.

Hi Bertie, I redid your post without full capitals for you: I was told when I was small that I was color blind, and knew it had something to do with Red, Green and Brown. Those with normal color vision should be able to trace a green wiggly line. The images are very close to the same, but everything from the lighting in your room to the quality of your monitor, and its settings will adjust this.

Without the glasses I have very good colour acuity but at a restricted distance. I found this website to be really helpful!