It takes way more than just excellent eyesight for a person to be able to interpret a large color spectrum. People’s understanding of color depends on many things and variables, part of which is the person’s vocabulary of color, the country in which they were born, and the languages they speak. That’s exactly why you can get two different people from different cultures and different areas to look at the same picture of a dress and see color schemes that are entirely different.
Below you can find a test to see how your color vision matches up against the rest of the population. There are 15 images with hidden shapes whose color slightly varies from the original, matching two similar shades. Let’s see how you’ll do.
What do you see in the first images below?
If you can’t find the shapes, just keep on scrolling, the answers are way below at the very end.
1) 5-angle figure + square
2) Circle + triangle
3) star + circle
4) rectangle + oval figure
5) star+ rhombus
8) 5-angle figure
Did you manage to find all the hidden shapes? Don’t worry if you didn’t. We didn’t manage to find all of them either. The shades are really similar to each other and it’s tricky to find the shapes with a naked eye. Try squeezing your eyes shut with just a little bit of sight left and you might find some of the shapes that way a bit easier.
If that still doesn’t work, here’s what you missed: