Double Click Test: Learn How Fast You Click
The video game industry is growing exponentially every day. However, another growing industry is video game accessories.
Usual computer hardware is not enough for gamers. Mouse and keyboard options suitable for gamers are increasing every day.
A player's mouse is as important to him as the shoe he wears on Lebron James' performance.
Here, the speed of the mouse is measured with these double click tests.
Of course, these players are only a part of the target audience of this tool.
I also developed this tool for software developers. Because while developing a hardware-dependent software, sometimes some changes are made in mouse speed. The reason for these changes is entirely related to the nature of the software.
For example, if you have developed a web page with too much detail, you can slow down the scrolling speed a little, preventing the visitor to your site from missing the details.
All kinds of software development should keep up with the natural perception capacity of the human being.
For example, electric cars don't make the sounds of fossil fuel cars. Their engines are entirely different. But because people have specific ideas about cars, electric cars also mimic some of the sounds made by old vehicle models.
No matter how fast technology develops, it will become widespread in direct proportion to human perception capacity. This is the reason why highly advanced technologies cannot find a broad audience in the market today.
Because there is a considerable learning barrier. The narrower the learning barrier, the faster the product will spread in the market.
Spotify, for example, is spreading very quickly as there is almost no learning barrier. However, Webflow's user base is narrowed by requiring at least one month to master Webflow.
How Does the Double Click Test Tool Work?
This tool is straightforward to use. But it still doesn't hurt to give a little explanation. I do not want to leave the tool here without any info.
When you click, "click here" area, your click will start the count. That picture has been put there for representation purposes. When you click anywhere on the screen, your clicks will be recorded.
The time between each click is given below. You can expand the multi-timeline as much as you need by holding down the bottom right corner and dragging it. It is entirely up to you.
If you want to start a new test other than the current experiment, you can reset the notes by clicking the Reset button.
It's that simple.
If you like this tool, the spacebar counter might be useful too.
It's also simple to use and handy tool. With this test where you will learn how many times you can press the spacebar in a minute, you will discover your limits and do your best to expand them.
If you have other tool ideas, you can contact me. I try to post it on my blog as soon as possible.