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HRR COLOR BLIND TEST (Adults & Children)

What is Color Blindness?

Color blindness is a condition that affects a significant number of people. 1 out of 12 men and 1 out of 200 women are color blind. Color blindness, also known as color vision disorder, is a vision disorder that affects the ability to accurately perceive colors. The condition is usually hereditary and occurs more often in men than women.

The word "color blindness" gives the wrong impression that color blind people are unable to see any color, while there is only one type of color blindness, which is much rarer than other types of color blindness, and they see everything in black and white.

The importance of being aware of color blindness

Color blindness can have a significant impact on many aspects of people's daily lives. From simple tasks such as choosing clothes and using colors in daily work, academic problems, restrictions in choosing a job and observing the symptoms of diseases are only part of these challenges. In the workplace, color blindness can limit job opportunities and career growth.

Color Blindness In Children

Undiagnosed color blindness can lead to academic difficulties for children, as many educational materials rely on color to convey information. Children who are not screened for color blindness may experience disappointment and failure in their academic progress.


Among the most important effects of not recognizing color blindness in students, the following can be mentioned:

  • According to research, 4 out of 10 color-blind students try to avoid doing schoolwork and activities related to colors, and almost half of them are less interested in painting, drawing, nature walks, and field trips to art museums.

  • Surveys show that more than 1 in 3 color-blind students say teachers have frustrated them when they can't understand color-related schoolwork.

  • 1 in 4 color blind students have been teased by classmates or teachers for being color blind.

  • All over the world, teachers and educators are unaware of color blindness. Oftentimes, this causes color blind students to be mistakenly labeled as students with "learning disabilities" by teachers.

HRR Color Blindness test or Geometric Shapes

The HRR test or the geometric shape color blindness test, using simple geometric shapes, is one of the most reliable color blindness tests that can detect both red-green and blue-yellow color blindness. In addition to adults, this test is suitable for children and people who cannot read numbers easily.

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