Colour Vision Test

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  1. Phragmeister

    Phragmeister Ancient Guru

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    scatman839 Ancient Guru

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    I got 12 because surely this has nothing to do with your own eyes and everything to do with the monitor/tv/colour settings you're using

    There's a reason colour blind tests are printed out haha

    Fun fact, get your answer on the page source.
     
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    Twiddles Maha Guru

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    I got 19 on my HP 4530s, 4x something on my EV2450 IIRC. Fun test but a better screen will yield better results.
     
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    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    Keep getting 20-24 on my work PC's screen, gonna retry home.

    Yea you must have accurate colour reproduction and correctly set gamma for this.
    Though some colours seemed to be easier to discern than others and you should trust your intuition, when the image switches/flashes you often have a hunch of where the different colour is.

    Start scanning too much and you lose it :eek:

    edit: yeah, especially bright greens are all messed up on this screen, there seems to be dozens of different tones on the tiles... or maybe it's me brain.
    Another "pro-tip": blink if you can't seem to find the different tile :nerd:

    edit 2: and now my eyes hurt...
     
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    Brasky Ancient Guru

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    I passed my American English test when I questioned the extra letter in "color":banana::puke2:

    Side note-lvl 29. so pretty decent.
     
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  6. StewieTech

    StewieTech Chuck Norris

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    18. Not too shaby.
     
  7. AsiJu

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    Haha, much better:
    [​IMG]

    though took a couple of tries still...
     
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    Good game. Combination of ones eyesight and monitor calibration.
    Done on my S2 tablet, which i cant calibrate because i dont want to root it :infinity:

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Noisiv

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    Yes its mostly about gamma, and about black and white levels, ie. Contrast/brightness.
    Screen uniformity too, to an extent.
     
  10. Phragmeister

    Phragmeister Ancient Guru

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    I'm on a standard Samsung TN panel and manage around ~42 each time.

    I have a real problem with reds and blues, especially reds. If I don't find it within 1-2 secs, it's game over.

    I've found it's more efficient to sit back a little, and softly use your vision to pick up on the location of the square, with a bit of speed it's quite easy to spot at each stage. If you're staring/looking hard for it, it only makes it more difficult, imo.
     

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    Yea same, actually all "pure" colors seem tricky later on.

    I guess the trick here is that your peripheral vision is better at picking out anomalies than your "focused" vision.
     
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    Yes, this is a more articulate way of describing it.

    It definitely works.
     
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    ^ ah, didn't read your post carefully enough, yeah you said the same thing already :p
     
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    zipper Maha Guru

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    6 years old laptop with really crappy TN screen - 20 hard to beat.
     
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    Mr Terry Turnip Master Guru

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    I got 40 but is there meant to be a pop up which ends the game?

    Ahh there is a timer
     
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    (Calibrated by naked eye)

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    Blimey! Nice, Noisiv. ^^
     
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    18 is the best I can do--That dark blue one gets me every time.
     
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    24 on my One Plus One, not bad for a colorblind person.
     
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    Thanks bro!
    All those sleepless nigh trying to achieve 2.2 Gamma across the entire spectar, have paid off :D

    Indeed.
    Thanks for reporting. For the science!
     

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