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red-green colourblind Test

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I am not colour blind. Do you colour blind people have issues with traffic lights?
 

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Same here Dridz, interesting test, do they take these type of tests for driver licenses if someone says they are color blind to make sure?
 

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HAH. So do you guys have any major 'impairments' in day to day life?
 

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HAH. So do you guys have any major 'impairments' in day to day life?

Not really, I don't see it being much of a handicap. Its easy to get around.

When I was making this forum it started to become a problem though. Also, when I was in school, I had to label all my crayons/pens.
 

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Not really, I don't see it being much of a handicap. Its easy to get around.

When I was making this forum it started to become a problem though. Also, when I was in school, I had to label all my crayons/pens.

So it does pose a bit of confusion at times lol
 

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Not really, I don't see it being much of a handicap. Its easy to get around.

When I was making this forum it started to become a problem though. Also, when I was in school, I had to label all my crayons/pens.

On the plus side you should have much sharper vision. Should be able to pick out more detail and see better at distance.

I've already done these tests, and no, not colour blind.
 

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On the plus side you should have much sharper vision. Should be able to pick out more detail and see better at distance.

I've already done these tests, and no, not colour blind.

I'm short sited. :turborun:
 

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I managed to see the objects in the first 2 images, and also the number 29, but couldn't see anything else.

It isn't really a handicap, but it does cause some problems..

Colour blindness needn't stop someone driving, because traffic lights can be distinguished by the position of the light. However, it can be an obstacle to particular careers where good colour vision is important, including pilots, electricians, train drivers and some jobs in the printing, fashion and design industries.
 

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I'm red-green colour-blind, I already know it. Both my brothers are too. Its not really an impairment in any way, I can tell traffic lights apart easy.

Never ever tell your mates in primary school mates that you're colour-blind. Everytime you as for a blue pen they'll give you a pink one. Cheeky fuckers.
 
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