hew- I see all these groovy after-images!
I can get by with blue, green, orange, etc but now yer talking DRINKIN time here - not liking that sir! And making me use mah last few braincells on hueys an colors an such.
Can I get a box of my favorite old 8 crayons over here please??
That's pretty neat!
I scored 14.
Apparently that's pretty good (I think). I have this one co-worker who literally thinks I'm color blind because I have these two shirts, one gray/blue and one gray/green, that she thinks are both just gray.
I'm going to show this to her and say, "In yo' face!"
these are the people that build spectrophotometrs (cameras) to match paint
11. My brain is tired.
Edit: people who get over ~1K do on purpose, you'd have to try to get a score in the 1500's
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At one time I would have traded my bestest toys, no - my little brother - for the big buttress of crayons that had over 100 colors PLUS SHARPENER!!
<making a bit of Tim the Tool Guy Noise here ....>
I do have my own set of crayons - that are nested VERY NICELY THANK YOU with my other drawing implements in the boxes I just got out of storage.
7 for me - should be picking colours for bike paint I guess.
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dam it - heading in to take test ... didn't think so many would....
<does anyone here hear the WAH feature of this forum??>
Huh.... Maybe I am color blind. Everyone is doing better than me.
I remember doing this one in real life once, and it ended my chances of becoming a commercial airline pilot. Ah, well.
Edit: 87. Yup, no flying for me. Although I did get kind of annoyed by the end and just wanted to finish it...
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The first rule of flats is You don't talk about flats!
I got a 6. And I got a headache. Thanks!
Ok, here's a question for all you low scorers. When you see the whole spectrum (as in Hobartlemagne's post above), does it look like a smooth range of colours, or are their noticeable bars of varying widths here and there? I'm seeing bars.
4 for me...
Accurate color discrimination can be a blessing and a curse. When I have a run of 500 t-shirts made, I can see the color variations in the ink and fabric color a little too well and it gets me all pissed off. Hah.
I can also tell a little too easily that I painted my living room Tequila and my dining room Raffia Beige, even though I know I only did it to compensate for the difference in lighting between the two rooms.
Weird. For instance, in the green square, it looks to me like there's a slightly lighter section just to the left of half-way across. It's the width of one of those bars measuring your colour discrimination ability.
I should have taken a screen shot of the way I had arranged the colours to compare.
Anyway, I think the test is saying I don't discriminate based on colour - I guess I can be proud of that