I scored 259, but I already knew I was color deficient in reds and greens thanks to color "blind" test. Funny thing, I believe my score would be different EVERY time depending on lighting, time of day, etc.. so, is it a true accurate test? Maybe?
7! But I think this test is a bit inaccurate because different monitors show colours a bit differently. I have a Dell Ultrasharp IPS monitor and had to go through a few setting to find the best one for the colours
Although, I had done a colour blind test many years ago and been told I had minor red/green colour blindness. I also did this x-rite test, or a very similar one, a couple of years ago and that wasn't perfect. Odd.
yeach....i got: Based on your information, below is how your score compares to those of others with similar demographic information. Your score: 0Gender: MaleAge range: 20-29Best score for your gender and age range: 0Highest score for your gender and age range: 1520
0 ( Perfect Color Acuity ) 99 ( Low Color Acuity )
20 - Woo hoo; I'm better than people who scored above 20! But I'm somewhat chastened by the fact that people scored lower. Also, I thought it was a timed test. And I did it on my original Kindle in B&W.
Colour perception is a tricky subject. It seems to be learned rather than an in-build function inherent in the eye. It seems that the brain decides what the colour of something is rather than the object having a specific colour. Here's something that appeared in 2005, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/10/051026082313.htm, which looked at colour receptors in the eye. Recently there was a very interesting Horizon programme on the BBC - BBC Horizon: Do you see what I see? "The Himba tribe". By the way I scored 20 which was above average for my age; for what it's worth.
8 - I'm pretty happy with that considering i didn't have a final look over. Does anybody else feel that the "compared to others in your age group" thing was virtually useless? all i was told by it was that some people got 0 and someone else got 15000...
+Allison Sekuler (have you tried this? http://goo.gl/Sov04) I scored 17, so I guess I've discovered I do have some visual acuity problems, but more significantly, I also discovered I have ADHD, because I started to rush to finish after the first row!
took test twice approx 10 min each time first left to right score 15 second right to left score 0 also at night both times with dim low watt light over left shoulder but curious about lighting factors relationship not sure of direction factor