One of the classes is studying vision and the way various vision defects are inherited. They’ve left a book of color-blindness test plates on the lab desk. Sigyn, let’s have a look. I can already tell you that I have superior, godly vision. Don’t feel bad if I get a better score than you.
What do you see in this one?
People with normal vision will see a seven. People with defective vision may see a four. I can see both. What does that mean?
Ooh. This one is a little harder… Sigyn isn’t quite sure what the pattern is, but I can see a square-ish green figure eight.
Sigyn, do you really not see it? Yes, that’s right. On the right hand side there. It’s got square corners, but it’s still an eight. (She can see it; she just thinks round eights are prettier.)
Let’s let the human female try this one. I can see it clearly, and so can Sigyn. Hint–it’s a blue and purple thing.
It’s right there, mortal! They’ve hidden your IQ in the dots!