Blur Busters Motion Tests For Displays at TestUFO.com
Since we invented the Blur Busters Motion Tests at www.testufo.com, it quickly became the most popular motion test for testing display motion performance.
Many display reviewer websites and YouTubers including PC Gamer, Toms Hardware, Linus Tech Tips, and others, use TestUFO to test motion quality of gaming monitors!
Today, many display manufacturers even use TestUFO to test their displays. We also create custom motion tests on contract basis.
Pursuit Camera Technique For Measuring Motion Blur
We invented a method of accurately photographing display motion blur using only an off-the-shelf camera. Our technique can also measure pixel response.
Our special temporal test pattern allows manually-propelled cameras to achieve the same tracking accuracy of expensive motorized tracking cameras.
We co-authored a peer-reviewed conference paper with NIST.gov, NOKIA Labs, and KELTEK that confirms the accuracy of our invention!
Many display testing websites are using our invention including RTINGS.com, Tom’s Hardare, TFTcentral.co.uk, PCmonitors.info, SWEclockers, HDTV.pl, and others.
RTINGS has an excellent YouTube video explaining our technique.
Method of Measuring Input Lag of Variable Refresh Rates
When NVIDIA’s G-SYNC came out in 2013, Blur Busters was the world’s first website to test the input latency of G-SYNC.
At the time, current methods of measuring input latency did not work for a variable refresh rate monitors such as FreeSync or G-SYNC. We solved this problem by hard-wiring an LED to a computer mouse, and used a 1000fps high speed camera to measure latency between the LED flash and the display update.
This technique has now since been used by multiple display testing websites to measure input latency!
Blur Busters’ multi-page G-SYNC 101 article utilized this technique to create thousands of data points for very detailed test results.
We Innovate In Testing Display Motion
We continually invent new ways of testing displays for motion and latency. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org about our display testing or test-creation services.