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WhiteRose1 e2
4 1.1k 136 England
10 May 2013 8:26AM
0 for me too... but it doesn't help when choosing between red and black on the roulette wheel!!

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SlowSong e2
6 4.8k 29 England
10 May 2013 9:40AM
25 - I win Smile
BEVZED e2
7 1.1k United Kingdom
10 May 2013 10:51AM
cor! I got 21, I was expecting at least 80 Grin Can vaguely remember something similar to this being on here before quite some time back, I'll dig in the 'search forum' and see what I scored before .... hmm, found 2 threads where I didn't comment, obviously disastrous results so I didn't dare put it in Tongue
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
10 May 2013 10:58AM

Quote:My score was 13 higher than my ageSad


So you scored 103 then??? Wink
Scutter e2
7 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 11:20AM
Hmm! 15

The first time it was higherTongue.................... but the sun was out and as I am facing a window the contrast was tricky!
AlanJ e2
1 494 England
10 May 2013 12:11PM
15 quite happy - should be working, cheating the boss Wink

Doh I'm self employed!
10 May 2013 12:29PM
I got a score of zero, which elicited a congratulatory message from them about “perfect color vision”. However, I took the test very seriously, spending a good five minutes agonising over the order of the third row, and I still wasn’t completely confident I had that third row correct.

I have a nice EIZO ColorEdge display, which probably makes these subtle colour differences easier to see, due to better calibration/profiling and better uniformity of brightness and colour.
Paul_CA 7 16 4 France
10 May 2013 12:36PM
I tried this a year or so ago and got a half decent score. My wife, a fine artist, was rather scathing about my result claiming that as an artist she could and should do much better. Her first attempt - dismal. Second attempt - even worse. She was less than impressed and I had to "lose that stupid grin" and we've agreed never to talk about it - ever again. Nice to win one every so often Smile
JackAllTog e2
5 4.0k 58 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 12:55PM
Your score: 8
Gender: Male
Age range: 40-49

On a £120 work office monitor, can't wait to try this at home on the laptop with its terrible screen - where I edit most Blush
I wexpect those with a calibrated monitor and better colour gamit monitor score better.
CathyT e2
8 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 12:57PM
Blimey.....Perfect colour vision Thank you my lovely iMac super monitor...Wink

Based on your information, below is how your score compares to those of others with similar demographic information.
Your score: 0
Gender: Female
Age range: 40-49
Best score for your gender and age range: 0
Highest score for your gender and age range: 1520
0 ( Perfect Color Acuity )
llareggub 4 756 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 1:01PM
Got me a 12, seems about average Smile
MG1964 3 12 England
10 May 2013 1:14PM
That was really interesting, I'd always wondered if I saw the same colours as everyone else .. now I Know Smile
SteveHunter 6 386 1 England
10 May 2013 1:27PM
I scored 11, on my un calibrated work laptop. Might try it again when I get home.
saltireblue e2
4 4.3k 26 Norway
10 May 2013 1:29PM

Quote:My score was 13 higher than my ageSad

So you scored 103 then??? Wink


Smart arseTongueTongueTongueGrin
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
10 May 2013 1:33PM
5......But I've now lost 20 minutes of my life Tongue

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