Originally Posted by Playnice
Interesting concept here.
My first reaction is to keep it simple, perhaps with larger triangles at first that could be reduced in size as the player reaches a certain percentage of consistency, on a gradient. I will try it out myself.
Good work, 5263.
I get your point about bigger targets and that may be best for some ages and abilities.
On the other hand, the purpose of Smart Targets is to train to focus on a smaller area with your intent, but train our expectations to include a good result that is close enough to the target.
I think larger/expanded targets could be great for beginners and kids.