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post #121 of 218
Here is a humorous but interesting survey about color:

http://blog.xkcd.com/2010/05/03/color-survey-results/
post #122 of 218
I also have 0 s-pva panel monitor (not calibrated) and I was swapping tiles with their neighbours a lot in these ~ 10 minutes.
post #123 of 218
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Originally Posted by maley View Post
I was beginning to think I was going to be the only high score!

78 here.
99 here in 2 minutes using a laptop. I will try for better but being red-green color deficient I didn't expect much.
post #124 of 218
Was able to do an 8 on a laptop at work under CFL lights and uncalibrated everything... Have I said how much I hate my work moniter.
post #125 of 218
scored a 4 in about 8 min. Will try again later.
post #126 of 218
I scored a 7
post #127 of 218
Scored a zero first try. I do however work as a Graphic artist so color is a big part of my day!
post #128 of 218
Got a 4 and at my age I'm content not to try again. Using an Eizo 24" color calibrated monitor, if that makes a difference.
post #129 of 218
Online ColorIQ Challenge Results
You have perfect color vision!

I'm Still In Good Shape.
post #130 of 218
I scored a 6
post #131 of 218
Scored 10

Samsumg 2343BWX monitor, in about 3 minutes.
38/m

Now my eyes hurt.
post #132 of 218
Yay, perfect score.

Seemed pretty easy. Once done, I kept imagining that something was out of order, but as soon as I moved it, it was obvious that it was wrong.

Laptop screen, a few minutes.
LL
post #133 of 218
I just took it in five minutes and got a 3. I guess that's pretty good.
post #134 of 218
Got a 4 on an uncalibrated 24" monitor. Beats what I got in the hearing test.
post #135 of 218
I scored a 147 - I guess being severely color impaired did not help me.
post #136 of 218
4 at 56 isnt too bad, it took me a few minutes, got impatient with the last one. so A- is ok.
post #137 of 218
Got a 4 in 3min 55 sec.

Despite wearing progressive glasses, not too bad in the color perception
post #138 of 218
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Originally Posted by Mr.Poindexter View Post

I scored a 17 and am color blind, so I was pretty pleased with that result.

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Originally Posted by ArmyMan View Post

106
But I'm red-green color blind so I knew it would be tough.

Paul

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Originally Posted by Terry Montlick View Post

Me too, hence my similarly high score. I can see basic colors, but none of the nuances (especially at low value) which others can.

79 for me, I am color blind too.
post #139 of 218
i aways thought i was a bit color blind

Your score: 96
FM Hue Test Results

what dose a score like this mean?
post #140 of 218
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Originally Posted by wadman View Post

i aways thought i was a bit color blind

Your score: 96
FM Hue Test Results

what dose a score like this mean?

It means that in some area you are probably color blind. Look through the other results and you will notice a pattern...hope this isnt like that miss sunshine movie...
post #141 of 218
a 4 for me.
post #142 of 218
I got a 0. I only took eight seconds and I was skydiving while juggling chainsaws using a black and orange monochrome monitor from 1978. It was easy.

Seriously though I did get a 0 on my (presumably) uncalibrated work monitor. I'm in my late 30's and spent about 15 minutes on it.
post #143 of 218
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Originally Posted by JockoV
I got a 0. I only took eight seconds and I was skydiving while juggling chainsaws using a black and orange monochrome monitor from 1978. It was easy.

Seriously though I did get a 0 on my (presumably) uncalibrated work monitor. I'm in my late 30's and spent about 15 minutes on it.
Oh yeah? Well I did it with my eyes closed!
post #144 of 218
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Originally Posted by rdjam View Post

Oh yeah? Well I did it with my eyes closed!

Dag nabbit! I've been outclassed again! Somebody pack my parachute and douse my chainsaws in gasoline! I'm going to one up this guy once and for all!
post #145 of 218
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Originally Posted by JockoV View Post


Dag nabbit! I've been outclassed again! Somebody pack my parachute and douse my chainsaws in gasoline! I'm going to one up this guy once and for all!

Lol!
post #146 of 218
Perfect score here
post #147 of 218
Scored a 4 as a 32 year old male. Did the test in about 3-4 minutes so I'm sure if I tried again I could test better. Good to know my eyes are still good because my hearing is shot after years of loud music. This is on an uncalibrated Samsung SyncMaster 245T.
post #148 of 218
Your score: 8
post #149 of 218
got a 4 and they were all in a row. Took me 10-15 minutes while watching tele.
I don't think calibrated monitor matters because its all relative.
post #150 of 218
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Originally Posted by Gialandon View Post

got a 4 and they were all in a row. Took me 10-15 minutes while watching tele.
I don't think calibrated monitor matters because its all relative.

Calibration will matter for this. Some of the variations in HSI are small enough to be masked on a display that doesn't have an accurate gamut . Also overall precision is a likely factor.

Your results bear that out , the error you made probably existing around some code values or gamut aregion that the display was crushing together.
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