Pink is a special and fascinating color. Unlike other colors, there is no light wave that represents it. The visible color spectrum stretches straight like a ruler, starting with red and ending with purple, but if you turn it into a circle where its two ends - red and purple - meet, then you will see the color pink. This shade is a combination of these two colors, and it replaces all the surfers who can not see - radio waves, microwaves, X-rays, and others. In this eye test, we're going to 'see' how well you can differentiate between several shades of pink. Good luck!
Give it Another Go
Unfortunately, your score is quite low. That doesn't mean you have a problem seeing the color pink. Many things may affect our eyesight during the day, including being tired, being anxious, not being focused, etc. So, before being alarmed, how about lowering the lights at home, making sure you're well-rested and trying again?
Congratulations! You have no problems with your eyesight. Most people get about half of the answers wrong because pink, not being a real color, can be hard to see, so don't feel bad if you got only half of them correctly, which puts you within (if the lower scale) of normal vision. If you think you can do better, how about getting some rest, dimming the light at home and trying it one more time?
You ACED It!
Wow, your eyesight is way above normal! You can see delicate changes in shades of pink so small that most people would never see them no matter how hard they tried. You must have a great eye for colors, able to detect the smallest hues and in reality - seeing a lot more colors than the average person. We're jealous!