To be able to understand a wide color range, a person needs a lot more than simply good eyesight. People’s perceptions of color are influenced by a variety of factors, including their color vocabulary, the country in which they were born, and the languages they speak. That’s why you can get two people from different cultures and locations to look at the same photo of a garment and come up with completely different color schemes.
A test to determine how your color vision compares to the rest of the population can be found below. There are 15 pictures with concealed forms whose color differs slightly from the original and matches two colors that are comparable. Let’s see how you perform.
What do you think you’re seeing in the first two photos below?
If you can’t locate the shapes, keep scrolling; the solutions are at the bottom of the page.
- 5-angle figure + square
- Circle + triangle
- Star + circle
- Rectangle + oval figure
- Star+ rhombus
- 5-angle figure
Have you found all of the hidden shapes? If you didn’t, don’t worry. We weren’t able to locate all of them either. The colors are quite similar, making it difficult to distinguish the forms with the naked eye. Try closing your eyes with only a sliver of vision remaining and see if you can figure out some of the forms that way.
If it doesn’t work, here’s what you could have overlooked: