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Color Blindness

Mon, Jul 20 2020 12:22 AM (41 replies)
  • ScottHope
    6,825 Posts
    Sun, Jul 19 2020 11:38 PM

    protonc:
    ...or look https://www.archimedes-lab.org/colorblindnesstest.html 

    Scroll down just a little, look at Screening tests for color vision deficiency. For me, I can see Test A and the second part of Test H, nothing else.  What do you see? Thanks for the info.

    Thank you Protonc, I think I can see all the numbers/images in the boxes, but the alert box that pops up to reveal your results doesn't scroll all the way to the bottom for me. : (

    amateur4sure:
    Nice one Scott for bringing this thread back to life (Hopefully)

    Yes I too are Color Blind and other than some of the pins, I find it almost impossible to read the fringe.

    Thanks amateur4sure, Chambers for me is particularly bad with lack of definition between fairway/fringe/green.
  • Yiannis1970
    1,843 Posts
    Mon, Jul 20 2020 12:22 AM

    Color accuracy is a big big topic. There are so many factors which affect the perceived image. The safest method to get the best out of our monitors is called monitor calibration and is a process with a use of a colorimeter or photospectrometer (better) to bring your colors, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, gamma e.t.c. close to reference. Naturally a use of a software like Calman is necessary to complete the task.

    Here's a good test from X-Rite:

     

    https://www.xrite.com/hue-test

     

     

    Edit:

     

    I used to do well on the test and luckily i still do..:)

     

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