The EnChroma color blind test is a proprietary color blind test designed to determine a person’s type and level of color vision deficiency (CVD). It is a self-assessment tool that can be taken online or at a participating eye doctor’s office.
The EnChroma color blind test uses a series of images to test a person’s ability to see different colors. The images contain dots of different colors arranged in a pattern. People with CVD may have difficulty seeing the pattern in certain images.
The EnChroma color blind test is designed to be more accurate and reliable than other color blind tests, such as the Ishihara test. It is also designed to be more sensitive to mild cases of CVD.
The EnChroma color blind test is not a diagnostic tool. If you think you may have CVD, you should see an eye doctor for a comprehensive diagnosis.
To take the EnChroma color blind test online, go to the EnChroma website and follow the instructions. The test is free to take and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Here are some tips for taking the EnChroma color blind test:
- Take the test in a well-lit room.
- Avoid taking the test if you are tired or stressed.
- Do not wear any tinted lenses, such as sunglasses or prescription glasses, while taking the test.
- Focus on the center of each image.
- Do not guess. If you are unsure of the answer, mark the image as “unsure.”
Once you have completed the EnChroma color blind test, you will receive a score that indicates your type and level of CVD. You will also receive a personalized report with information about your CVD and how it may affect your daily life.
If you have any questions about the EnChroma color blind test, you can contact EnChroma customer support.