/ Colour Blindness Test
21 (but could be 24, or 71, or 74)
There's a really annoying feature in the reply thing that keeps giving me a Please don't use ALL UPPERCASE in your message text error message when all I'm trying to do is type:
Although I can clearly see that the 4 could be seen as a 1 if you can't pick up the yellower dots, and similarly, the 7 can be formed into a 2, but to me it looks like 74
So you two think 74? Wow, can't believe 66% of UKC are Red/Green colour blind! ;)
Do this glasses cure or cause cancer?
Also see 74 and am definitely not colour blind
> Do this glasses cure or cause cancer?
Good question. I am sure illegal islamic immigrants will be using them to eat our swans. Or claim benefits. Probably.
I'm colour blind apparently ( but please keep it a secret ) .
I see the number 21 .
> So you two think 74? Wow, can't believe 66% of UKC are Red/Green colour blind! ;)
Blimey. 2 responses and you're extrapolating to the whole UKC population! That's true Daily Mail science.
74 and not colourblind.
I got 92? I'm crap at these things despite not officially being colourblind.
Bugger. How did you do that?
Could be 74..., or 24. Or 21. I was once tested as brown/green colour blind but I'm not sure that really exists.
It's not that I can't see colours, it's just that I don't usually pay attention to them.
YOU ARE SO NAUGHTY!
I see no numbers.
I am red / green colourblind.
My optician had me look through a red filter to see colour differences over 15 years ago though so I don't know how new this is really.
No, but they suggest that there may be a cold snap on its way and that there is a full colour supplement about Princess Di's unborn love child.
I see 74
Does that make me a bad person?
> 21 (but could be 24, or 71, or 74)
71 for me, but anyone who knows me and what colours I wear, would perhaps predict I might get it wrong. (My daughter's appear to know and differentiate between dozens of colours, I struggle with the primary ones. )
That said , in the 70's no one ever commented!
The good old days.
Where did you get 21 from
So OP suffers Red green deficiency and UKC you can mostly see fine
Shouldnt make masses of difference. There is not a lot of variation in peoples screens these days. It isnt 1999.
Glad to be able to see 74.
But I'm sure on Tomorrows World years ago they were touting coloured contact lenses to help colour blindness in the same manner of that article.
74 for me
If you've got Photoshop, try the following: -
1. Convert it to 'Lab Color': Image>Mode>Lab Color
2. Select the 'a Channel'
The number is then quite distinct.
It is 74
74 and I'm tested as not colour blind. When I did a test involving sorting dozens of fine shades of colour into order I got a very high grading for colour perception.
> 74 and I'm tested as not colour blind. When I did a test involving sorting dozens of fine shades of colour into order I got a very high grading for colour perception.
Farnsworth Munsell 100 Hue Test (or the D15 test)
see http://munsellstore.com/ there is an online version there
as well but doesn't work on my machine
(but then i have access to the real thing!)
Cant see any numbers.... I am colourblind though
Sort of jumping about 21 ish, colour blind.
Here's a real colour blindness test:
and a colour arrangement test too...
Shani, I think you should probably do the colour vision test, you are in a massive minority here...
I think the DM have messed about with the colour on that plate. The 7 has quite rounded corners which makes it look like a 2 to me (I'd still call it a 7, but it's marginal).
Since I don't believe I'm colourblind, I looked at a few other sites with test plates. They all look like a 74, clear as day
I see 47. I'm not colour blind, but I have been told I'm dyslectic.
Can't see a number.
But I already know I'm red/green colourblind.
Would be interested in trying a pair of those glasses, but only out of curiosity really.
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