A ContestA note from DQ VB.NET Advisor Garret Rempel:
I'm conducting a study on memory and the ability for people to memorize short sequences of numbers. In order to do this I've built a small web app to conduct memory tests. It tracks both correct answers and time spent and scores your performance - so speed is better but not at the expense of answering incorrectly.
The test consists of 5 sets of 5 questions with increasing levels of difficulty. Each question presents you with a small set of numbers to memorize, then asks you to answer a question about the numbers. It's randomly generated, so you can take it as many times as you'd like to try and do better, and it tracks your history so you can see your best score if you do it more than once.
In addition, it's a contest. Anyone who signs in with an email address and completes the test before Feb 28 will be entered into a drawing for one of the top 2015/2016 indie games from Steam or an equal value Amazon book order.
Here's the link: Garret's Memory Test.
Anything Garret does is interesting, so check this out when you have a few minutes.