Well, the trapshooting is one of the games that has been added the Olympics. Many people, who wanted to be hunters, started trapshooting. And for those, who loves the trapshooting and wanted to have their own personnel trainer feedback, Garmin introduces Xero S1 trapshooting trainer. Garmin has added to its extensive range of sports training aids with a new gadget to help get trap-shooters aiming truly. It provides a new approach for trap shooters, both novice and seasoned, to better understand their strengths, weaknesses and natural biases, as well as their shooting equipment.
The Xero S1 makes use of radar and computer vision to provide immediate feedback every time a shot is fire. Thus it offers opportunities for slight and swift adjustments to take one’s game to the next level.
Garmin’s Xero S1
Garmin vice-president Dan Bartel says, “Shooting accuracy and performance have traditionally been determined by best-guesses, but not anymore. The Xero S1 provides a new approach for trap shooters, both novice and seasoned. To better understand their strengths, weaknesses and natural biases, as well as their shooting equipment.”
The device looks much like a portable projector. It just like projector users can prop it up on a tripod pointed in the direction of all the action. They can then stand alongside it and let the on-board radar and computer vision track their hits and misses. Besides that a few other performance metrics that could help next time they pull the trigger.
coming to the features, it include the distance to the clay target when the trigger was pulled. So, the shooter’s reaction times and a quality score of the clay break through what Garmin calls the “break factor.” Besides that, the added detailed assessments are offered at the end of a round. Then users can observe clay launch angles and a graph detailing every shot relative to the clay target. Information displayed on screen includes reaction time, distance from shot pattern’s center to the center of clay target for both hits and misses, and clay distance at trigger pull.
Other than this, when paired to the Xero app, shooting information from the device is automatically transferred to the user’s mobile device. On the other hand, the device on a rechargeable battery lasts for 2.5 hours at a time. Besides that it can be powered externally, and packs up into a rugged, portable package when not in use for just $1000.