Now, in racing mode, the detection of photocells is much more optimized at the programming and at the graphical level.
In the following image we see how, although the photocell detects multiple contacts at the end of each section, it is considered the beginning of the longest contact as the reference. The images below also shows that the longest contact corresponds to the detection of the body and the short ones to the upper limbs.
An enlarged image of the runner in contact with each photocell would be:
9/05/2018: Chronojump session at INEFC Barcelona to show technology applied to sports to Santa Anna high school students (4h)
In order to show the use of technology to sport, Chronojump wanted to respond to the Santa Anna school's interest in complementing its curriculum with practical cases such as those we deal with on a daily basis.
10/05/2018: Chronojump session for the International Olympic Committee at INEFC Barcelona (6h)
Within the program of Olympic Solidarity, chronojump will give a six hours session on the use of technology applied to sports to members of the IOC
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