Sunday, July 5, 2015

Take The Test: Can You Actually See All The Colors?

How well do your eyes actually see? Color blindness is the inability or reduced ability to see certain colors or distinguish between similar colors.

It is relatively common but it effects males much more than females. Almost 10% of males are affected, while less than 1% of females suffer from the condition. It is often self-diagnosed when people realize they do not see color the same way as those around them.

Color blindness usually affects the ability to see the difference between red and green, although different types exist. Red-green color blindness is caused when certain cells in the retina, the portion of the eye that converts light to nerve signals, fail to develop. There is some evidence that color blind people are actually able to see differences in colors that people with normal vision are unable to detect.

Take the test to find out if you have supernatural color vision abilities, and let us know your results in the comments!