Frequently Asked Questions
Aim Lab will release on Steam (Early Access), in Q2 of 2018, with a planned subsequent release on XBox One.
Beta keys are being sent out in waves, if you haven’t received a key yet just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can let you know your position in line. Our first batch of keys are set to go out in the coming weeks. Rest assured everyone who signed up for beta will be given beta access before Aim Lab’s release on Steam.
Aim Lab will first be available for PC, Mac, and Linux on Steam, then subsequently will also be available on Xbox One.
- OS: Windows XP SP2 or higher Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD4000 or better
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 2 GB available space
Traditional athlete’s don’t just play their sport over and over. They lift weights. They run. They have disciplined practice and perform specific exercises aimed at improving a fundamental skills. There is a reason for this: during the game, many of your skills that are critical to success in competition are not pushed to their limit so they don’t improve. Traditional athletes work on their fundamental skills by hitting the gym. You have Aim Lab. It’s the only place to (1) get objective feedback on your raw skills and (2) train those skills to improve.
This depend on the training challenge. Generally, we measure your accuracy, the magnitude of your errors, your performance biases, and the time it takes you to respond. These metrics allow us to make inference about your perception, decision-making, and motor control, depending on the experimental design of the challenge.
Yes! We will have a variety of hitscan and projectile weapons to train and warm-up with. Pistols, assault rifles, shotguns, sniper rifles (with customizable zoom modes), rocket/grenade launchers, and more!
We will be offering the ability to adjust gun mechanics settings to closely match the recoil and firing frequency of the weapons you are used to in your favorite game.
Yes, we are working hard to make it as easy as possible to convert your mouse settings from other games into Aim Lab, as well as from Aim Lab into other games. This way you can fine-tune your settings in Aim Lab, and then use them in your favorite games!
Yes! As we know, enemy players don’t just stand still waiting for you to shoot them, so it is important to train against bots with movement patterns similar to the types of enemy players you would encounter in competition.
Yes! You will be able to customize your crosshair to match your preferred crosshair in a particular game you are training for.