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


Neitz Color Vision Test

by Jay Neitz, Ph.D., Phyllis Summerfelt, and Maureen Neitz, Ph.D.

Offers an alternative to traditional color vision testing, making routine screening possible and practical. The Neitz detects both red-green and blue-yellow color vision deficits, whereas the Ishihara identifies only red-green. Children diagnosed as color-blind using the Neitz also failed the Ishihara and other conventional color vision tests.

Test Plate 1:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "purple square".

Individuals with blue-yellow colour blindness should see a "red square".

Test Plate 2:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "circle".

Test Plate 3:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "circle".

Test Plate 4:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "square".

Test Plate 5:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "triangle".

Test Plate 6:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "triangle".

Test Plate 7:

Individuals with normal colour vision should see a "circle".

Individuals with blue-yellow colour blindness should see a "triangle".

Test Plate 8:

Those with normal colour vision should see a "square".

Test Plate 9:

Those with normal colour vision should see a "triangle".