Cast your finely tuned eyes over this.

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  1. Resin42

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    Oh and a calibrated monitor should help a bit.
     
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    Overread has a hat around here somewhere Staff Member Supporting Member

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    10 on an uncalibrated LCD :)
     
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    Damn, I only got a 22.

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    8 on a calibrated lcd LOL
     
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    I got zero.

    Calibration is not important here, but the ability of the screen to display fine nuances. If the screen is not well calibrated, and it has a colour cast, then this does not really matter as long as it can differentiate between different colour tones/hues, even if they are not displayed correctly.
     
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    I wonder if I would score better on a different monitor... Doesn't really matter though, if the result I got is accurate there isn't anything I can do about it anyway (and I don't think it's that bad anyway).
     
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    took me forever though, thanks ALOT!!!!!:confused:
     
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    16 and it hurt my eyes.
     
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    Wow, I am going color blind. Got a 31 (and a headache!)
     
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    0 is a perfect score right? I got an 8 also. Not shabby
     
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    I got 4. I wish it would tell me the average for 18 year olds..It just tells me the lowest and highest scores..
     

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