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Trying to solve this...
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Looking only at the browns I'm seeing a left-right mirror of the letters:
W (Is an R without the shift), S, N (has the same shape as a Z but different switching), the final could be K L R O W based upon which colours you use and the shift..
There are two types of 'colour' blindness that may be relevant.
There is a red-green type and a yellow-blue type.
The use of colours and braille both seem to refer to a sort of 'blindness'
Posted 20 September 2012 - 08:10 PM
As plasmid asked, what is the context of this puzzle--where did it come from, what else was near it?
We are leaning forward in our seats, flying towards an unseen destination, eager to leave the tunnel! Please shed some light so that we can see the right track, Shinkansen!
Edited by CaptainEd, 20 September 2012 - 08:11 PM.
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