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Jun 18, 2015 15:48 |  #1

PetaPixel posted this cool eye test:

http://petapixel.com …imple-game-will-tell-you/ (external link)

direct link to the test:
https://www.igame.com/​eye-test/ (external link)

I scored a 31 - what did you score?


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Jun 18, 2015 16:46 |  #2

cool, i like these things, mostly because i know i will kick butt.

SCORE: 31 ERRORS: 0
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Your colour vision and survival skills are incredible. You can recognize a mosquito from miles away.

here's another
http://www.xrite.com/o​nline-color-test-challenge (external link)


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Jun 18, 2015 17:34 |  #3
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I scored 22:tiger
Your colour vision is superb. You wouldn't have any problems surviving in the jungle. You can see when the neighbouring tiger visits the bathroom faaaar away.




  
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Jun 18, 2015 17:49 |  #4

I got 23


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Jun 18, 2015 18:20 as a reply to  @ DGStinner's post |  #5

i scored 27


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Jun 18, 2015 20:35 |  #6

31. Bad test though, because I am partially red green color blind!


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Jun 18, 2015 22:37 |  #7

I have dog vision.

I see some color. Some.

Very best, ;)


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Jun 20, 2015 12:18 |  #8

I must be the worst, only 22. Great test.


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Jun 20, 2015 21:45 |  #9

21. I have tiger vision.



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Jun 21, 2015 00:31 |  #10

24, no errors. Tiger vision.


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Jun 21, 2015 01:16 |  #11

25 no errors, hawk


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Jun 21, 2015 02:58 |  #12

Got to Robot, but with practice I could probably go higher. The X-rite color test is probably better, as it's not time-limited (wtf?), it tests the full spectrum of colors, and then tells you where your weakness is.

http://www.xrite.com/o​nline-color-test-challenge (external link)


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Jun 21, 2015 03:26 |  #13

Perhaps I just got lucky. My score was 24, with 1 error. Not too bad for a 74 year old. :-)


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Jun 21, 2015 03:54 |  #14

Hmmm.. wouldn't monitor quality and calibration come into effect?




  
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Jun 21, 2015 04:46 |  #15

Scooby_Doo wrote in post #17605063 (external link)
Hmmm.. wouldn't monitor quality and calibration come into effect?

Possibly... I'm using a calibrated, but wide-gamut display, so I have no idea how sRGB content would translate. I could just switch to sRGB mode, but it's begging for a calibration and I'm too lazy to do that right now.

If anything, a poorly calibrated display could actually improve your scores in such tests because differences in colors are more exaggerated, as per factory settings.

Edit: Well, so I switched to sRGB mode after all and got 36/0 after a few tries. It's much easier if you stare into the center of the box and use your peripheral vision to detect changes in color, persistence of vision makes small color shifts more visible.


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