Ishihara Color Test
Take an Ishihara color test to check your color blindness vision. The Ishihara plate test is also known as the Ishihara 38 plates test and Ishihara 14 plate test.
The Ishihara color blindness test is one of the most common color blind tests globally. Ishihara test mainly detects red-green color blindness.
There are 38 plates in the Ishihara blind test, where each plate contains dots of different sizes and colors. All dots on plates are arranged in specific patterns to form numbers or figures that people with normal color vision can see.
People with color deficiency won't be able to see the numbers of figures on these colored plates. Some The Ishihara plates are visible only to people suffering from color vision deficiency and invisible to those with normal color vision.
The standard Ishihara test has 36 colored plates, but there is more Ishihara test with 10, 14, or 24 plates.