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  • Publisher: Tritap
  • Genre: Medical
  • Released: 18 Apr, 2009
  • Size: 1.9 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Can you really see all the colors of the rainbow?

Test yourself and friends!

Color blindness affects a significant number of people. The overwhelming majority are men.

According to statistics, the prevalence is 7-10% of overall men, 8% among Caucasians men, 5% among Asian men and 4% among African men.

It is most often to be genetic, but may also occur because of eye, nerve, or brain damage, or due to exposure to certain chemicals.

iColorBlind will check you for color blindness and color deficiencies based on the Ishihara color test.

This tool is able to detect the most common deficiencies as well as some of the less common ones. It includes Monochromacy and Dichromacy tests as well.

This program is built for fun purposes only. It is not a substitute for a doctor's examination. It's not guaranteed that all color deficiencies will detected.


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