Tag Archives: timing
Finding a waterproof activity tracker was an early requirement for the opensportproject. And after some searching around the Amiigo.com activity tracker was found on the Indiegogo crowd funding website. The promise of an open source policy and database learning activity … Continue reading
One of the big goals of the project is to achieve complete i.e. 100% automation of the capturing of sporting data. The initial sporting focus is data from a swimmer in a swimming pool. But how do we know the … Continue reading
Took the first step in making a video paceline. The raw concept can be viewed. Current thinking is to concentrate on 5 metre segments and change the speed based on time recorded via the stopwatch or video sensor. More on … Continue reading
Here is a guide to setting up the wireless stopwatch with a tablet or mobile device using a raspberry pi.
The last week the swim train timer was simplified to one swimmer. This week, this was relaxed. There is no limit to the number of swimmers that can be live in the timer but we kept the numbers to three … Continue reading
Here is a picture of the WIFI touchpads stuck to a mirror via suction cups. They are now 100% waterproof and ready for a swimming pool trial. Attaching the touchpads to the different types of swimming pool walls around … Continue reading
Another set of improvements for the train timer. Analysis integrated into swimmers name. Next to automate saving. Feedback welcome as comments or on github.