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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby davedej » Fri Mar 18, 2016 9:32 pm

this one is 13m.
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Again; you cannot judge a device based on one remark. Post more data of your session? include time stamp of video up until the very second compare with Woo data etc?
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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby vindsportknut » Sat Mar 19, 2016 10:25 am

To calculate height from a photo we need references and horizontal lines. In this image the rooftops in the background give an idea. The ridge of the house with a gable and red roof seems to be a bit higher than the camera. The house seems to be 3 floors - 9 m high. If the ground level is 3 m above sea level the camera should be around 10-12 m up in the air. As I don´t know the place I can be misled by angles and sizes. If the woo says 5,5 m, it´s wrong. If you say 20 m I wouldn´t buy that either.

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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby kateba » Fri Nov 17, 2017 1:32 pm

Does anyone know how to prevent woo 2 from missing jumps besides landing hard? If you land on board and ride away but sink a bit or splash a bit does this effect it? If you have a jump that is a lot higher than the rest are these dropped as suspicious? I had a mediocre day around 5m jumps but one that was much much higher with very long hangtime around 10m plus but it doesnt show. How can I prevent this? Was extremely disappointing obviously as it was a clear personal record breaker but data shows nothing about it.

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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby Pemba » Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:04 pm

Interesting. I don't mind so much but that is a big difference between WOO and Xensr.. I ended up with both WOO2 and Xensr(1) and in my case the Xensr quite clearly indicates lower jumps than the WOO. Although I might have to upgrade the Xensr software (almost every month??) and I'm only comparing max hight here, not individual jumps, so not really scientific. But consistent over various sessions.

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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby kiterocky » Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:33 pm

Some external prove about accuracy and reality in the mesure? Or still faith...?

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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby BudhaNl » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:25 am

Dave, will you compare the Xensr Sessions app on the Apple Watch with either Woo or original Xensr anytime soon?

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Re: Xensr vs Woo Sports

Postby davedej » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:42 am

No sorry,
Nothing available xensr or Apple wise


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