Aimlab vs Kovaak’s – Post Results Comparison
Kovaak’s high score comparison vs average comparison
After you finish an exercise, the other thing you will see alongside the leaderboard are the results. Both Kovaak’s and Aimlab have a statistics and performance page after you complete and exercise. For Kovaak’s these include: damage, kills, shots hit, shots fired, damage done, kills, final score and high score. This ending screen is quite informative and even gives you the option to rate the map up or down depending if you liked it.
Conversely, Aimlab have put a lot of their focus into making this ending screen something else. The whole goal of Aimlab is to improve training conditions in the eSports space by introducing objective measures of skill based on decades of validated science. After completing an exercise, you will be greeted by a large hexagon which changes it’s shape towards the 6 pillars of aim. These are: accuracy, score, kill total,kills a second, time to kill and targets. Not only that, but there is also a mass of data that shows very detailed information about your aiming skills. It also shows your strengths and weaknesses and gives reasonable tips on how to improve those.
I tested out these results with both a zowie EC and a logitech G PRO superlight to see which one gave me better results. I scored 85690 with the zowie EC and I scored 10210 with the logitech G PRO from amazon. A decent increase in score.
One negative of Aimlab’s great statistics page, is that they compare your current score to your average. In contrast, Kovaak’s will compare your final score with your high score. This is an important point because it is easier to improve upon your average score but much harder to break past your high score. In my opinion this is only a small negative and Aimlab’s AI driven statistics page makes them have the upper hand in this category.