How Well Can You Perceive Color Changes?

 The human eye is deeply attuned to color, and a working vision should enable us to distinguish between slight shade differences. Test your own color vision in this challenge designed to test your ability to differentiate between slight shade and brightness changes. To beat it, you must identify which of the eight identical shades is just a little different.
 
 
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Low Color Vision
According to your results, your color intelligence and perception need some work. Now it could be that you need to make your screen brighter, get some rest and try again, because color perception is a very delicate thing, and any change in your lighting may cause an issue. Why not try again, or check out our answers to see where you went wrong.
 
Good Color Vision
You've got a good, normal color intelligence and perception. You can see most colors and their hues, with the ability to differentiate between them. That said, you still had some mistakes, and it may mean that you do not have the developed eye of an artist, for example. Few do. You can try again by making your screen brighter and your room dimmer, these can have a great effect on your color perception. Alternatively, look at our answers to find out more.
 
Great Color Vision
Congratulations, you achieved top scores! You have an advanced and very nuanced understanding of colors. You have great color vision and good eyesight. Most who have this good an understanding of shades are usually people who are capable of great subtlety of thought and behavior and a greater sensitivity to other people and their emotions.
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