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Are you colour blind take the test!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jimcarney, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. jimcarney

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    :laugh:
    Surely it would only work on a properly calibrated monitor though? :)
     
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    And I was doing so well!!! I remember having those test's at school....
     
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    :D Nice one.

    As for the test, I could only see the first one, the rest were just a mosaic of colours !

    Confirms what I already knew, colour blind on reds and greens which I believe is quite common in males.
     
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    I have to take this test once a year,being a printer, colour blindness wouldnt go down too well.
     
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    Confirmed what I already thought- perfect vision when it comes to colours!

    I wasnt expecting the last one though- i have just wet myself!! :laugh:
     
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    I'm with you Kevo, Colour blind on Red and Green. Really annoys me when I tell this to people and their reaction is to point to a bright red pillar box and say "What colour is that then ?"

    :censored:ing Blue yer muppet.
     
  8. apul

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    Yeah the last one was abit tricky.
     
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    Must be beneficial being blind in one or more colours, save a fortune not having to buy so many bulbs for your CRT projector.............

    :D
     

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