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Become a tester
At present Input Labs cannot accept additional testers.
The following information is merely for reference.
Criteria and expectations
- Testers play videogames on PC for at least a few hours per week.
- Not required: Testers can solder and 3D-print their own devices.
- Not required: Testers have disabilities for which testing devices could be helpful.
- Testers would ideally join Discord #testing room, and be reasonably active on it.
- Testers should fill in periodic surveys Input Labs may be conducting.
- Feedback collected may be anonymized and published on Input Labs research blog.
- Testing is a volunteering activity for an open source project, without monetary compensation.
- Testers, as Input Labs partners, are expected to behave respectfully in chats and social media.
For the testers that cannot build their own devices
- Testing hardware cannot be bought from Input Labs, but may be given for free.
- Given testing hardware must not be sold nor gifted to other people.
- If the tester have a disability, Input Labs may create devices (or parts) on demand, and ship it for free.
- If the tester does not have any disability, Input Labs may create devices (or parts) on demand, but the tester may have bear with shipping costs themselves.
- These requests will be evaluated case by case.
- Please understand that our resources are limited, and getting free hardware is not guaranteed.
- Devices should be returned to Input Labs if requested.
- Testing hardware comes without any kind of warranty, nor responsibility for damages.