Experiment Results


#1

A couple days ago, I decided to run an experiment to see if the matching colors of the yoyo/string had an effect on how much the user appreciated the yoyo. I was only able to perform this on myself.
These are the results:

String color: Yoyo color: Appreciation:
Yellow Purple Low, knotted and dinged it 3 times
Green Purple Very low, knotted once and ripped it off
Orange Purple Good, matched the speckles and had good contrast.
White Purple High, Looked AMAZING with the Purple.

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#2

I got an invisible string and put it on an invisible yoyo.

Results: I hit myself 3 times.

The rig played with blinding speed.

But I dont See I as my favorite setup.


#3


(yoyobro!) #4

:- interesting…


#5

Er… I hope your experiments in Science class are more scientific than this.


#6

What even is this


(InvaderDust) #7

my thoughts exactly. ???


(rizkiyoist) #8

Your hypothesis in your experiment are somewhat limited, you should re-do the experiment with moar yoyos and moar string colors and also moar different brands. But in my limited scientifical beliefs, I conclude that there is a pretty big possibility that you simply like white strings in purple yoyos which then ultimately biased the outcome of the experiment.


#9

Orange/black acid wash bimetal yoyo, invisible string…results: yoyo went flying into the wall.

In all seriousness I just use bright yellow string on any of my throws, don’t think much of color cordination or how it affects performance (which it doesn’t other than visibility).