Ishihara Test Application through Virtual Reality Technology

Patricia Figueroa Garrido, Wilver Auccahuasi, Lucas Herrera, Sonia Mori, José Chombo, Sandra Meza, Christian Ovalle, Pedro Flores Peña, Yuly Montes Osorio, Marco Felippe, Moises Tongo, Francisco Hilario, Milner Liendo, Esteban Medina Rafaile

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At present, many of the diseases that were difficult to diagnose due to the lack of medical equipment are being resolved with the use of emerging technologies, such as virtual reality systems, in our particular case we present a method for the diagnosis of color blindness, through In the ISHIHARA test, this disease is characterized mainly by the deficiency in recognizing colors, the standard protocol is related to the use of cards where the number present in a colored image has to be recognized, our proposal is made up of the same test, with the difference that it is projected by means of virtual reality lenses, where the patient has a greater concentration and can better distinguish colors, thanks to the resolution of the virtual reality glasses and the control of the images thanks to the control from the computer, the results that are presented show us that it is of practical use, achieving r a better control of the test because it is visualized in the lenses as well as in the computer that is used as control.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)14-19
Number of pages6
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
StatePublished - 2022
Event2022 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence, WAI 2022 - Virtual, Online, India
Duration: 28 Jan 202229 Jan 2022


  • Ishihara
  • RV. control
  • Test
  • images
  • medical equipment


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