'AjmÄn, 'AjmÄn, United Arab Emirates
Just did it now first try, and i got 3, not bad when i know i was working on my Dell laptop at dark room sleepy and the monitor is not that perfect and didn't calibrate it again long time ago since 2 years.
YRG I also got a bad score xD I blame the fact that it's almost 2 in the morning here and staring at the color spectrum on the test for too long.....the colors starts jumping around each other. and blaaaah x_X
Synster Veronica wrote: YRG I also got a bad score xD I blame the fact that it's almost 2 in the morning here and staring at the color spectrum on the test for too long.....the colors starts jumping around each other. and blaaaah x_X
Seriously. I felt like my eyes were going to start bleeding because they couldn't focus on the screen right. Definitely had to force myself to look up at the wall and refocus every thirty seconds or so.
Ron Musser Photography wrote: no use I am colorblind.
Though, it does help to illustrate the colors that you have trouble with, and might not be bad to see if there are any other colors that my be starting to be troublesome that were not previously issues.
Here is a tip. Take one square and move it around way off from where it should be and you will see much more objectively, it doesn't give you time for your eyes to adapt. It's the same principle as when you move the opacity slider really quickly left and right and don't let your eyes adapt so you can find the sweet spot. Apply the same principle here and you should beat the game without to much trouble. Remember: the slower you wait to move the square around the bigger the chance of tricking yourself.
I got an 8. I've taken the test before. Don't remember my score, but it seems like it was about the same.
Highest score for people in my age group (60-69) was 1970. (Hey, that was a pretty good year. A guy at the AP nominated me for "Oklahoma Newsman of the Year." I came in second. No cigar.) How come the scale only goes to 99? lol
I haven't calibrated my monitor in about six months though.
I got an 11. Ive scored lower before on different monitors and when my eyes werent already hurting me like they are today.
I always think its interesting to watch how other people try to complete the test. Almost everyone Ive had take the test in front of me actually tries to go one tile at a time from the right or the left. They spend a lot of time on it and get frustrated. Ive always found it easier to just start moving the colors in their respective directions and then order them after theyre sorted (order the whole group of blues, for example, instead of trying to pick which exact blue goes next with a bunch of green tiles in the way)
Edit: just re-took it with the lights off and scored a 0