The Farnsworth Munsell 100 Hue Test is an easy-to-administer test and a highly effective method for measuring an individual's color vision. Used by industry for over 40 years, the test is used to evaluate and rank color acuity. This portable, 15-minute test analyzes how accurately you see color. The easy-to-use scoring software indicates where you have a color vision deficiency such as color blindness. About the Test The Farnsworth-Munsell 100 Hue Test itself is used to separate persons with normal color vision into classes of superior, average and low color discrimination and to measure the zones of color confusion of color defective people. Some examples of its use are:
The test consists of four trays containing a total of 85 removable color reference caps (incremental hue variation) spanning the visible spectrum. Color vision abnormalities and aptitude are detected by the ability of the test subject to place the color caps in order of hue. The four trays are boxed in a handsome carrying case. The test must be administered under daylight conditions such as that provided by GretagMacbeth SpectraLight® and Judge viewing booths. FM 100 Hue Test Scoring Software included with test purchase. System requirements: MAC OS X, Windows 98, Windows XP or Windows 2000 Test complies with ISO and other quality system requirements.
Examination of inspectors of color goods, color graders and color matchers Testing for type and degree of color deficiency Analysis of color vision of in-house and field staff Selection of applicants for vocational training Measurement of effects of medical treatments