How many colors can you see?
Take this test and find out how many of the colors in the visible light spectrum you can actually see.
Believe it or not, we don't see the world in the same way. That is because the number of colors we can perceive differs from one person to another.
The reason behind this is the number of cone cells in the eye, that isn't the same for everyone. The cone cells are photoreceptors and their number affects the number of colors you can see.
To find out where you stand, take this quick test created by Professor Diana Derval and compare your results with your friends.
How many colors can you see in this picture?
1. You see less than 20 colors
Let's just say you have the vision of a dog. You're a dichromat, which means that you only have 2 types of cone cells. Only 25% of the people see the world the way you do.
2. You see 20-33 colors.
You have trichromatic vision, like 50% of the world, which means you perceive dark blue, purple, green and red very well.
3. You see 34-39 colors.
Wow, you have tetrachromatic vision. This means you have 4 types of cone cells and you perceive most of the colors in the visible light spectrum. You have the vision of a bee, like 25% of humans.