Loïc Petit has just complied all of his input lag testing methods and test results into one website: https://inputlag.science/
Loïc’s work is focused on sticks and converters for modern equipment and is a giant help for people who want to know which equipment to purchase! The info and guides can absolutely be applied to retro gaming and arcade as well, making this an excellent source of information!
Another interesting section of the site tests input lag from game engines themselves! It’s funny to see original CPS2 and Neo Geo games showing almost half the time from button press to movement on the screen, vs their modern ports! I’d be interested to hear the thoughts of professional gamers as to how both the input latency and consistency affect their gameplay.
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Guys and gals, it's finally here,
I assembled all my knowledge about #inputlag in one place. In this site you will find out:
– Input lag results on controllers and games
– How to properly measure latency
– Why input lag happens
– How to fix it
— Loïc *WydD* Petit (@WydD) September 7, 2019