The Farnsworth-Munsell 100 hue test is one of the most famous color vision tests available. It belongs to the group of hue discrimination, also called arrangement tests. Another famous test in this group is the Farnsworth D15 arrangement test.
The aim of the test is to order the shown color plates in the correct order—any misplacement can point to some sort of color vision deficiency. You’ll find the detailed instructions in the test itself. So relax, take you some time and
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Be aware that online color blindness tests are just pointing you in a possible direction for type and severity of your color vision deficiency. Ambient light conditions and computer monitor settings can alter your results. To get a proper diagnosis you should visit your local eye specialist.
Farnsworth described the F-M 100 hue test the first time in 1949 and since then it is widely used all around the world. The overall error score relates more or less to the severity of your color vision deficiency. Based on the error score Vingrys and King-Smith developed in 1988 a possibility to compute the so called main confusion axis, which can be used to detect the cvd type.
But be aware: It could be shown that highly motivated people can improve their result up to 30% and if you get to know the test, your result will also improve to a certain degree.