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10-15-2008, 10:49 AM   #1
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How's your color vision?

How well can you arrange the colors into the proper order? Take the test and find out. I scored in the low 30's the one time I took it.

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QuoteOriginally posted by rfortson Quote
How well can you arrange the colors into the proper order? Take the test and find out. I scored in the low 30's the one time I took it.

Colorvision test
My score was 31. Neat test.
10-15-2008, 04:06 PM   #3
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I'm red-green colorblind, so...probably very bad.
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That's pretty cool. Monitor gamut probably affects the results a lot.

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I scored a 0, but it took me over 10min.

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I'm red green colour blind too, I scored a 128 and that took me at least 20 minutes. My girlfriend had a hard time not jabbing the monitor every time I put a block in the wrong order
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i scored 8 without my glasses on, rushed it a bit cause i wanted a fag lol
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14 at work.....I'm going to have to check the home desktop and laptop this evening.

16 on the home monitor

30 on the home laptop


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I scored an 8 using my desktop monitor and an 18 using the laptop monitor, same computer.

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53, but I only spent two minutes on a rather poor laptop monitor.
Cool test, though, will try again later!
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I scored an 11. I only spent about 4 minutes on it, had to put the little lad to bed.
I'll have to bookmark it and try it again later.


edit: 10/16 - I had another crack at it and managed to get a 0... at least my color vision is good, even though my focusing isn't!

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Did it a few times. 2 minutes each time. On LCD uncalibrated 96. CRT uncalibrated 26. LCD calibrated just a little better at 83. CRT calibrated 2. So there are quite a few variables. The only test I didn't try yet is with both monitors calibrated under controlled lighting that is used in our print shop for press color.
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I scored 0 in about 3 minutes on my home monitor, a good LCD, not calibrated in any particular way. I guess I am fortunate with colours, considering my age!
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Cool test! Never seen anthing like this one.
Score 4 and was only on it a few minutes. Monitor must be set ok. Good to know.
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cool test... scored a 34 on my LCD.. probably spent 10mins before my ADD demanded something different.. I know that I at least have some green colorblindness but the test said I did pretty good in that range.. Go figure. I would love to get a calibrator someday..
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