Test 'n trust!

testPoint is a handy tool to test & tuneup the monitor as well as the user's working position. For example, it's useful to assess the influence of the ambient light to the color perception.
testPoint shows test templates on computer screen. Most of templates have tunable properties. The user can tuneup these properties via hotkeys, mouse or interactive dashboard. There are 78 prepared templates. Users can create their own tests too. All tests can be combined in groups, thus organizing the test process.
testPoint supports video walls - up to 6 rows and 6 columns on one screen. All running tests can be driven simultaneously or separately.
The user can select on which screen to open the test template. The template is launched on the current desktop. This way the user will be able to continue with its other tasks on other desktops.
Each test can be associated with a dashboard - just click with the right mouse button. The dashboard can drive one or multiple tests in an interactive manner. There is short description of the current test in the dashboard. A short description of the current test is available in the dashboard.
List of test templates:
  • Basic colors, Bad pixels.
  • Color stripes, gradients and gamut.
  • Color cards: Web safe, X11, CSS3, Gray lightness, Hue lightness, HSL/HSB.
  • Effects: Bad view, Smearing, Crosstalk, Tracking.
  • Work environment: Color recognition level, Brightness and contrast, Eye moire.
  • SMPTE, Display luminance.
  • Geometry. A lot of old CRT and projector tests: High voltage, Dots, Grille, Circles, Focus.
  • Display performance: Complementary colors, Moire, Resolution, Focus, Convergence, Readability.
General features:
  • Common testPoint panel for actions, settings and information.
  • Customizable menu in menu bar extras.
  • Customizable hotkeys.
  • Hotkey to show or hide application menu in menu bar extras.
  • Support multiple users, screens and desktops.
  • Can start automatically at user login.
  • Built on Apple's security paradigm sandboxing - reducing the threat of rogue code and malicious software.
Note: When testPoint is running, no icon is shown in the Dock. All basic control is through a menu in menu bar extras.
What's New in version 1.7:
Disable tests in a custom group.
Small improvements in user interface.
Improved test information.
What's New in version 1.5:
Customizable testPoint menu.
What's New in version 1.3:
New geometry test templates.
More tunable properties.
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