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    what if you see all 3???? bionic vision perhaps?

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    I can make out the circles, but just barely. I don't think I'm colorblind.

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    If you have normal vision, you should see a 52 in the first picture, nothing in the second picture, and an "S" in the third picture. If you are unable to distinguish red and green, you should see only a 5 on the first picture, a circle in the second picture, and nothing in the third picture.

    I assume that if you are unable to distinguish between blue or green, you should see only a 2 on the first picture.

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    All I see is a 52 in the first graphic, a rorschach inkblot in the middle one, and a capital S in the last. Does this signify color-blindness?
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    Oh sorry, I should have clinked the lick, or clicked the link (I might not be colorblind, but I may be a bit dyslexic), to get the explanation. thanks Wise, interesting how simple it is to tell if one is color-blind in some fashion or other.
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    I see the circle, not great but I see it.
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    First picture i can see number 52 the '5' is in blue and the '2' is yellowish.
    Second pic is just red and black which is patchy and the third is red with a black 'S' in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knightrider
    First picture i can see number 52 the '5' is in blue and the '2' is yellowish.
    Second pic is just red and black which is patchy and the third is red with a black 'S' in it.
    All of which means that you've got normal color vision.
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    As someone who has failed numerous color tests, I "passed" all of those. I don't think that they are good representations of color tests.

    This page is more accurate for me:
    http://colorvisiontesting.com/online%20test.htm

    As is this one:
    http://www.toledo-bend.com/colorblind/ishihara.html
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