not going to work.. sorry..
Yes. Easy to fake a big jump, but I don’t think he did that. The data says he was out riding (and ripping it up!) but most likely had a rogue jump due to the jump algo going awry.lucas33 wrote: ↑Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:28 pmFor me, it’s really suspicious if you have to make video to explain what you did.
You can achieve that in few ways:
Using drone, using a giant Slingshot....
The dude knows how to jump, he is good at it, but it looks like self promoting and getting on spotlights rather than beating any record.
I think if you claim it, you have to prove it! Get right camera setup in a windy day, get witnesses and more than one sensor, redundancy is important to validate if you are measuring something. Than, claim it.
I’m saying that the “fingerprint” of a small jump immediately preceding a large jump where the hangtime of the first leads into the beginning of the second (big) jump is a known rogue jump identifier. This is a common problem in the type of algo used in jump height calculations depending on a weighting of the input variables. Rogues have been seen in woo, xenser and PIQ as they each use a variation of the same algo theory for jump height calculations.deniska wrote: ↑Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:45 pmI really don’t understand the concept of rogue jump as you describe it. The small jumps are just him passing through the waves. The claim that woo somehow merges them is a theory at best. The guy had a 28m 9 second jump on video. We can argue wether or not it’s 28m but counting seconds is pretty simple, imho. So are you saying that there is no way in hell he could not have done 10s hangtime?
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