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speedClock - the iPhone speed radar that even catches fast balls

speedClock – the iPhone speed radar that even catches fast balls

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.

speedClock 2.0 - Turn the iPhone into a Speed Radar

speedClock 2.0 – Turn the iPhone into a Speed Radar

Stockholm, Sweden – Kaiser & Kaiser today is pleased to announce speedClock 2.0 for iPhone 4, a significant update to their utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to automatically measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times of racers. 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 updated version features: snapshot of measurement, stadimeter distance tool, improved accuracy, and optimized detection algorithms. Because it relies for its operation on a built-in video camera, the app is presently compatible only with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad 2, and iPod touch 4.
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speedClock Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

speedClock Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Have you ever wondered how fast something is moving? Now you don’t have to just guess. speedClock by Sten Kaiser can give you a good estimate. In addition, you can gauge how far an object is to you, as well as find out a runner’s lap time.
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speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4 - Auto-Measure Speed, Distance, and Lap Time

speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4 – Auto-Measure Speed, Distance, and Lap Time

Stockholm, Sweden – Kaiser & Kaiser today is pleased to introduce speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4, their new utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to automatically measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times of racers. Employing the device’s three-axis gyro and basic trigonometry 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. Because it relies for its operation on a built-in video camera, the app is presently compatible only with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4.
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