Color Arrangement Test

Color Arrangement Test Instructions

The color arrangement test is simple to take, but offers advanced analysis of the severity and type of your condition. This test differs from the Ishihara test style as it uses vector mathematics to plot and interpret your results, offering a formulated method of determining your condition.

To take this color blindness test, simply arrange the colors in order along the line. If you’re not sure what to do, just start dragging them up into place, and you can re-arrange them as you go. Once you’re done, you can click to see your results, then click again to see what type of color blindness you have, and how severe it is.

This test requires Java to be installed, and JavaScript to be enabled on your browser for it to work. This version of the test was created by Daniel Flück of colblindor.com. For more information about the background of this testing method, jump back to the Tests overview via the menu on the left!

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