The human eye is one of the most complex organs in our body. Not perfect allows us to distinguish a variety of colors and amazing textures. Having 2 and its position makes us also to perceive the 3 dimensions of a fairly effectively.
Our view is downright spectrum reduced compared to existing and ranges from 400 nm to 700 nm, this ranges from the ultraviolet to the infrared. In reality it is because humans do not need to perceive beyond these measures to develop our life normally.
The point is that not everyone sees exactly the same way the colors either by physical problems such as blindness, by certain subjective aspects or even optical illusions, sometimes difficult to distinguish from reality. This became clear with the famous photo of blue and gold dress or was it black and white? well, never mind.
Today we bring you a picture for you to test your color perception. All you have to do is count how many different colors you see then look at the results for the number of cones (color receptor cells) that you have in your eyes. This test has devised Professor Diana Derval, neuro-marketing expert.
How many colors do you see?
Less than 20 colors: You’re a dichromatic person, this means you have only two kinds of cones in the eye. Do not worry, 25% of the population is dichromate, even dogs are dichromats. According Nerval these people tend to dress in black, beige and blue tones.
Between 20 and 32 colors: You’re a Trichromatic person. This means you have three types of cones in your eyes. 50% of the population is trichromat, well appreciate the violet / blue and green and red colors.
Between 32 and 39 colors: You’re a tetrachromat, like bees. This means you have 4 different types of cones in your eyes. The tetracrómatas not usually hold up well yellow and is very rare that they use to dress.
More than 39 colors: You’re a mantis Marina or you were wrong to count. According to Dr. Derval image contains only 39 different colors, of which it is possible that the screen of your computer does not successfully process more than 35.
How many colors have been able to distinguish?