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Color Blind Test
Will these glasses help me to pass the Ishihara or other traditional color blind tests?
Why do I get different results on different devices?
When I took the old EnChroma Color Blind Test, it told me if my colorblindness was mild, moderate, or severe. Why does the new test not tell me which one I am?
If I get a 0% on one of my cones, does it mean the glasses won’t be able to help me?
I scored 0% on one of my cones, but I can usually see that color. Did I get the wrong result?
Why do I get less than 100% on more than one cone? Do I have more than one defective cone?
Is it OK to take the new EnChroma Color Blind Test while wearing EnChroma glasses? What can I expect to see?
Is it okay for my non-defective cone score to go down while wearing EnChroma glasses?
Why am I still scoring zero on one of my cones when I wear EnChroma glasses while taking the test?
What if I take the new EnChroma Color Blind test while wearing non-EnChroma tinted lenses?