The photographs on many Blur Busters page (LCD Motion Artifacts, LCD Overdrive Artifacts, 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost, etc) were captured using a pursuit camera using the pursuit camera track on TestUFO.
This Blur Busters testing technique has been adopted by several display reviewers, including PCMonitors.info, HDTVtest.co.uk, TFTCentral.co.uk, RTings.com, HDTVpolska.com, and Sweclockers.com.
Acer has announced a new widescreen VA gaming display, 144Hz native overclockable to 200 Hz!
It uses a VA panel, produces higher contrast than the TN panels found in traditional 120Hz+ monitors.
Resolution is 2560×1080, includes NVIDIA Ultra Low Motion Blur, and GSYNC.