I can't come up with anything useful. For me personally seeing the jump height and take off speed is probably enough .joriws wrote: ↑Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:28 pmYeah that my suggestion of the take-off speed came directly from kinetic and potential energy equations: 1/2 * m * v^2 = m * g * h -----> 1/2 * v^2 = g * h so only variables are v (take-off speed) and h (height). I started thinking could there be "jump efficiency" calculation in %, I mean how well you can turn v to h? Aleks, what do you think? Might be inaccurate due to 1Hz update and Woo's uncertainty of height but still could that be fun or even useful.
Sure, I need to get own experience with that first.
I got Fossil Sport watch as Sony watch battery was almost finished. I could run wooscreen for maybe 30 minutes and then watch was dead. Wooscreen was running nice and displaying jumps like it should.aleks wrote: ..
12am (like in 12:10) is actually a standard time representation (like seen on the watch face, there is no 0, only 12 ):
Fossil Sport is nice . Now in Woo Screen app you can switch screens by pressing top or bottom buttons. It is a good idea to assign one of those buttons to launch Woo Screen app - just in case your hands are already wet or you accidentally exit the app on the water. Also, it might make more sense to wear the watch on the right hand, so there is less chance of accidentally pressing the power button and exiting the app.
About that matter, I agree with Joris. I also prefer the "24 Hours" time format. Not that is very essential, just easier for me.aleks wrote: ↑Sat Apr 11, 2020 12:00 am12am (like in 12:10) is actually a standard time representation (like seen on the watch face, there is no 0, only 12 ):
Parameterizing can be done, but I want to keep it to essential changes only - watch interface is already awkward enough even without bunch of settings that are rarely used. I can check if I can pickup phone's system setting "24h time format" and maybe use that. Still, it wouldn't change 12:10am to 0:10am ...
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