UK based Corbenic Consulting Ltd today introduces Sports Speed Gun 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. With Sports Speed Gun, it is possible to measure the speed of an athlete on a track, a baseball pitch, a tennis serve, an archers arrow or other moving object configured within the App. It works by timing how long it takes for the target object to travel a particular distance. Included in the App are the set distances required to measure various sports.
Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 3.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, a high speed update to their utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, and the distance to any point. Speed is measured using the video camera, both through motion detection and analysis of a recorded video. Effortlessly calculate and display distances in meters or feet. The new video based speed tool is ideal for catching small fast objects like balls.
Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 2.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, an update to their utility that uses the device’s video camera to measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times. Employing the device’s accelerometer or size comparisons establishes distance. Speed and laps are measured using the motion sensing of the video camera, timing the interval between the object entering and leaving the frame. The app is compatible with video-camera equipped iOS devices.