Color Vision Tests
Total Color blind tests
help you determine if you are total color blind.




  Total Color Blindness Test Numbers

  Total Color Blindness Test Shapes

  Total Color Blindness Test Lines

  Total Color Blindness Test Letters

  Ishihara Color Vision Test

  Neitz Color Vision Test

  HRR Pseudoisochromatic Plates


American Optical HRR Pseudoisochromatic Plates

For detecting, classifying, and estimating the degree of defective color vision
By LeGrand H. Hardy, M.D. Gertrude Rand, PH. D. M. Catherine Rittler, B. A.

Test Plate 1:

Individuals with normal vision should read the letter "X".

Individuals with color deficiencies should read nothing.

Test Plate 2:

Individuals with normal vision should read the letter "O".

Individuals with color deficiencies should nothing.

Test Plate 3:

Individuals with normal vision should see a "triangle".


Individuals with color deficiencies should see nothing.

Test Plate 4:

Individuals with normal vision should read the letter "X".

Individuals with color deficiencies should read nothing.

Test Plate 5:

Individuals with normal vision should read the letter "O".

Individuals with color deficiencies should read nothing.

Test Plate 6:

Individuals with normal vision should see a "triangle".

Individuals with color deficiencies should see nothing.

Test Plate 7:

Individuals with normal vision should read the letter "X".

Individuals with color deficiencies should read nothing.