Odd that you interpret the numbers that way.edt wrote: ↑Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:24 pmomg those Pik & woo jump heights are waaaaay off. 4 meters off! I think it's obvious from the jump it's a legit 20 something meter jump, but it sure gives me pause when people use their woos and other kind of devices to say how high they jump.
After seeing that data table my feelings on the woo and piq is this, "For entertainment purposes only."
I think the piq may have registered the jump when the "woost" started but the woo waited until after the wooost and apex. When you woost you bring your legs from compressed down first before you swing them up, and that may have triggered the piq.
It would be easy to check accuracy of these units. There are other data loggers of altitude out there that are accurate and cheap but not waterproof. That could be addressed by the user (waterproofing) for testing purposes to check the accuracy of the Woo or PIQ units. These for instance....https://hobbyking.com/en_us/hobbykingr- ... lsrc=aw.ds used for model sailplanes. <30.00 US. accurate to.3 meters...
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