You might have already been subjected to a color blind test when you got your driver’s license or had your eyes checked. It’s also likely you’re already familiar with the images used to determine color blindness as a lot of them have already made the rounds via email. The images are also what’s mostly on the face of the Color Blind Clock.
There are no numbers marking every hour on the Color Blind Clock, although it’s fitted with the usual hour and minute hands that you see on most clocks. If you stare at it long enough, you will be able to make out markers at every quarter on the clock.
Color Blind Clock
Seeing spots? Good news! You’re healthy. The real test here: Look a little closer to make out hidden numbers in this timely spin on the classic Ishihara color test. Hang one in your home or office to make time checks a fun and colorful check-up. Talk about clocking in! Made in the U.K.
The Color Blind Clock is available from Uncommon Goods for $60.
This would be good for an optometrist’s office.