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The Eyeballing Game

I have always fancied myself a pretty good eyeballer, and now there’s a test to prove it one way or another: the eyeballing game. I amazed myself at how good I did on some of the tests, and utterly disappointed myself on others. Either way, I was ahead of the curve. Where do you fall?

The Eyeballing Game

Hattip: Natalie Jost via Tumblr.

9 replies on “The Eyeballing Game”

Someone should make a version of this game with optical illusion overlays on top of the tests. Try finding the point of convergence when the straightest of lines looks like its curving! (It’s times like these I wish I knew how to do Flash.)

This reminded me of gemoetry class…bisect the angle? I had forgotten what that meant! haha…Rick, I received a score of 11.17! I messed up a few times because I was trying to adjust it with the mouse to figure out where the lines should be and let go and clicked it accidentally. LOL But I never claimed to be a good eye-baller.

Yeah, having to hold down the mouse button was a bit of a nuisance. I wish it was setup so that you can click it once to “grab” the movable bits, then to “lock in” where you want it, you click again.

Oh well, such is life. :)

I am very impressed with your 3.37.

I just did a 3.71. I’ve done this in the past and I’m sure the 3.71 is the best I’ve managed.

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