Latest Releases by Kaiser & Kaiser:
One hundred years of innovation brings Olympic timekeeping to the iPhone
Jun 18, 2012 - Electronic timing and photo finish debuted at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics with a system developed by the Swedish inventor Ragnar Carlstedt. However, you do not have to be an Olympic athlete to benefit from electronic timing. The mobile technology of today has enabled these systems to shrink significantly in size and cost, making them available to everyone. sprintTimer packs a complete photo finish system, with start gun detection and slit camera technology, into an iPhone.
runWithMe 1.0 - Social Workout for iOS: Run Against Anyone, Anywhere
May 18, 2012 - Kaiser & Kaiser today introduces runWithMe 1.0 for iOS, their new Sports app that allows two runners to run together, even if they are on different continents. Mutually agreeing on a start time and distance, each runner's iPhone periodically announces aloud elapsed time, distance covered, and their running-mate's relative position, ahead or behind. With live voice feedback in English, French, German, or Spanish, the app allows runners to pace each other, remotely, from any location on earth.
fitnessMeter 1.0 for iOS - Innovative Tools for Measuring Fitness Level
Nov 16, 2011 - Kaiser & Kaiser today introduces fitnessMeter 1.0 for iOS, their Fitness app for coaches and individuals that allows automatic measurement of athletic performance in five categories: Flying Sprint, Sprint & Shuttle, Vertical Jump, Repetitions, and Beep Test. Capable of providing results for more than 20 standard tests and exercises, the app uses the device's camera and/or accelerometer to achieve an accuracy of +/- 0.02 of a second, leveraging technology from their sprintTimer app.
The leading iPhone and iPad speed radar reaches new heights
Sep 27, 2011 - Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 3.1 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs and iPad 2 (new), a high speed update to their unique utility that uses the device's built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, and the distance to any point. Speed is measured using the video camera, both through motion detection and analysis of a recorded video. The new object size tool eliminates the need to know the distance to the object. New is a second, complementary speed measurement tool.
speedClock - the iPhone speed radar that even catches fast balls
Jul 06, 2011 - Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 3.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, a high speed update to their utility that uses the device's built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, and the distance to any point. Speed is measured using the video camera, both through motion detection and analysis of a recorded video. Effortlessly calculate and display distances in meters or feet. The new video based speed tool is ideal for catching small fast objects like balls.
sprintTimer - Introducing Photo Finish with Race Timing for iPhone
Apr 20, 2011 - Kaiser & Kaiser today introduces sprintTimer 1.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, their photo finish app that employs the same techniques used in the Olympics. Start the timer and point the camera towards the finish line. sprintTimer will build an image of narrow slices of the finish line, each representing 0.03 seconds in time. Users can then scroll along the photo to get the time when each competitor crossed the finish line with 0.01 s resolution. The app also includes a motion controlled lap timer.
speedClock 2.0 - Turn the iPhone into a Speed Radar
Mar 18, 2011 - Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 2.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, an update to their utility that uses the device's video camera to measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times. Employing the device's accelerometer or size comparisons establishes distance. Speed and laps are measured using the motion sensing of the video camera, timing the interval between the object entering and leaving the frame. The app is compatible with video-camera equipped iOS devices.
speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4 - Auto-Measure Speed, Distance, and Lap Time
Nov 29, 2010 - Kaiser & Kaiser today introduce speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4, their new utility that uses the device's built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times. Employing the device's three-axis gyro and basic trigonometry establishes distance. Speed and laps are measured using the motion sensing of the video camera, timing the interval between the object entering and leaving the frame. The app is compatible with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4.
Let the iPhone listen to your Tennis Racquet
Oct 05, 2010 - racquetTune is a new iPhone app that checks whether a tennis racquet is correctly strung by analyzing the sound of the strings. A couple of taps on the strings, and racquetTune analyzes the sound of the racquet and displays the tension with high accuracy. It has been scientifically tested and proved to be very accurate. Additional functions like a swingweight calculator for customizing racquets, makes racquetTune a serious tool that even the professionals praise.