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Railcam 11 668 1 Scotland
11 May 2013 1:12PM
Score 12
Gender: Male
Age: 60-69

Could be worse I suppose.
Cyan to pink area was a problem.

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milly123 8 92 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 1:25PM
19 for me, but had to sit down for an 1/2 hour afterwards for my eye sight to recover!
JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 1:36PM
Wow, Way worse on the laptop screen! Did the same test yesterday on the work Samsung monitor, and got 8. But 35 today on the Lenovo laptop. And i really tried to get the best score each time. But then i already knew this screen at home is rubbish, this is just further proof.

Quote: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.

Your score: 35
Gender: Male
Age range: 40-49
brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 1:55PM
OMG - 107 and all lost in the blue shades. I knew my cataracts were messing it up but its signifcantly worse than the last time I did it (its giving a brown / yellow cast that shows most in this blue / green range of colours) Sad

The rest of the colours were just about zero difference from the base calibration
hobbs 13 1.3k United Kingdom
11 May 2013 1:57PM
Your score: 0
Gender: Male
Age range: 30-39

Using a laptop screen, mind it is a Mac Wink
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
11 May 2013 8:54PM
•Your score: 0
•Gender: Male
•Age range: 60-69
•Best score for your gender and age range: 0
•Highest score for your gender and age range: 1970

11 May 2013 11:17PM

Quote:Wow, Way worse on the laptop screen!

Yes, I think the display (and its state of tune, hence X-Rite’s interest in providing this test) is a key thing here. Though even with my EIZO I had to try pretty hard.

Speaking of trying, effort is definitely another factor. Some people – ex-pilots, for instance – are quite vain about their eyesight, or are merely more competitive than others. They’re more likely to double-check the order of two dubious tiles by temporarily reversing them, and doing that often helps reveal differences otherwise hard to discern – but takes time and effort to do for all tiles.
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
11 May 2013 11:24PM
I've never calibrated my screen.
BEVZED 11 1.1k United Kingdom
18 May 2013 10:28AM
what a difference daylight makes Smile 8 this morning, well pleased with that (crappy laptop on bog-standard screen!)
Karrol 9 29 England
3 Feb 2014 1:05AM
Yikes - I got 3 on a netbook!
janeez Plus
9 1.8k 8 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2014 2:01AM
Woohoo! Perfect vision! Took a lot of concentration though.
weseeyou 7 112
4 Feb 2014 11:54AM
well mine was parc Sad three figures ?)Blush

I must admit when you see those side by side photo editing examples for before and after comparisons......... sometimes I can't see the difference Smile
5 Feb 2014 2:35PM
I now I have a color problem but with a score of 3 I'm happy with that.
brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2014 4:55PM
A bit better than last time I did it, 63 vs 107 but still losing it in the same colour range as before Sad

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