kiterocky wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:08 pm
Yes maybe video its not a proof too...not easy...but maybe in the future they will invent a real device to mesure height fully tested with reality test scientific ....and not a approx sistem easy to arrange fantascientific jump for people with ego problem
Oh my God you are getting boring. You hate the device. We get it.
Sure, maybe when Woo says 18m it isn't really 18m exactly, but two devices on two boards, one says 18m and the other 10m, you can be confident that they guy or gal with 18m is jumping better.
If you want science GO DO IT. Good god man, are you an idiot? Just borrow a woo, set up a harness to simulate a jump of 10m and run some tests. Do the same for 12m, 14m, 10m with a rotation, with an invert. Measure record and post your results.
In the time you sit on your keyboard you could have run a thousand tests.
I personally ran some tests with the Woo 1 and PIQ, they showed the same heights more or less. Lots of my friends ride with Woo 1, 2 or 3 and a PIQ, they show similar results. Get over it. Please. For the love of God, stop moaning, stop typing moronic rubbish. We all understand your argument, you've repeated it a million times. We just don't care. It works good enough.
Please -- test it yourself.
I suggest you hit your local gym with a climbing wall and use a pulley system to figure out some science.
Come to us. Armed with results. Facts. Figures. Charts. Graphs. Something worth typing about.