Very useful for checking gaming displays.
When the circle is moving, you can see color bleeding around the circle, but when the circle is moving, you can see color bleeding around the circle.
When paused, the color bleeding disappears.
This color bleeding is caused by color change not keeping pace.
The less blotchy the display is, the better it is for gaming.
When the circle is moving, it blurs, but when it is stationary, it does not blur.
The less blurring that occurs when moving the display, the better suited it is for gaming.
Full Screen button
These are results on a typical business laptop, not for gaming.
You can see that the area around the circle is quite blurred.
The vertical line in the center has almost disappeared.
With this display, enemies and items moving at a distance would be difficult to identify and would be at a distinct disadvantage in the game.
60Hz Gaming Display
These results were obtained with a relatively inexpensive 60 Hz gaming display.
You can see that the circle has become a double line, but
Unlike the above, it is clearly depicted including the vertical line in the center and does not appear to disappear.
On this display, enemies and items moving in the distance can be seen with certainty, but they may appear a bit off.
240Hz Gaming Display
The results are on a high performance gaming display at 240 Hz.
There is no thinning or double lines.
The color around the circle has darkened, but together there is no breakdown.。
With this display, there is no need to worry about missing an enemy or item moving in the distance.