The TestUFO lag test is not intended to be Blur Busters’ flagship lag test but is intended to match SMTT results, and make possible a browser-based sub-refresh differential test for two mirrored monitors. It will not be easier than SMTT
, which is partially why I haven’t publicly released the test.
But it matches the accuracy of SMTT
, which is at least an achievement
for a browser-based web test.
I'm cognizant of doffing a complicated test to the mainstream TestUFO audience, where SMTT has more targetted marketing (to experienced display reviewers with SLR cameras), polluting the world with too many useless lag numbers. Releasing a TestUFO latency test is a weapon that is carefully decided upon Blur Busters -- and we're worried about bad disposable lag numbers by people who don't even know how to use SMTT.
Blur Busters may actually launch a more accurate commercialized lag tester accessory
, THEN release the TestUFO lag test afterwards
with a huge red-text disclaimer.