I've surfed the specs numerous times, wihthout finding anything about it
And display/memory resolution and accuracy is NOT the same...
Has also written directly to the shadowbox founders, but never gotten any reply
As an engineer this is by far the interesting point.
Not only what the claimed accuracy is, but how it is validated ?
(sorry if I seem a bit nit-picking, but this is my job also, working with calibrations and accuracy and measurements and approvals)
PS: I am not downing the results - just curious about the shadowbox accuracy and how it is verified and not just a simple/easy statement.
I suggested this before.
If someone tied a Shadowbox and a lead weight on the end of some kiteline and stood on say a 10m diving board at an outside pool. Then start swinging the lead weight around your head with maybe 5' of line, and gradually lengthen it to maybe 10' or 15', while gradually getting it more vertical. If you could get it to rotate vertically, you could then measure the length of the line and check if the Shadowbox was recording a 'jump' of twice (the line length + the length of the person's arm).
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