World’s Longest Colour Sequence Memorised

World’s Longest Colour Sequence Memorised

World's Longest Colour Sequence Memorised

Sancy Suraj Singh memorised a sequence of 160 randomly generated colours on the computer screen at the rate of 2 sec per colour. He then proceeded to write the sequence on a piece of paper with a perfect score. The record was approved by Guinness as the world record for the longest sequence of colours memorised. The event was hosted by ITE College East at its Staff Clubhouse on 14 Apr 2012. Sancy runs the memory training company, Pinnacle Minds.

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