1. Start- Upon the firing of the starting gun, the transmitter worn by the Starter, sends a wireless signal to its receiver in the press box to begin the race clock.
2. Capture - As the runners approach the finish-line, the
operator 'clicks' the record button to capture video directly to the computer's hard drive
of the computer. 3. Review - A simple key press during the record process allows the
operator to "mark" the video as athletes cross the finish-line, making the review process extremely fast and efficient.
to Recording a Race Complete setup and
configuration of the Eagle Eye Pro timing system. Hardware
introduction, camera alignment, finish-line adjustments and how to time a
race. Track and field timing has never been this easy.
Student Workers Time Track Meets Watch as a student worker (with a only one hour of experience and 15 minutes of total training), operates Eagle Eye Pro 100 at a high school time-trial.
In this video, the Timing Operator reads a 400m and 800m race with ease and efficiency - jumping quickly from athlete to athlete. Notice the Starter does not need to wait for the
timing operator to read the previous race before starting the next race. The Operator only needs to take moment to 'Arm' the software so the Starter can 'fire-at-will.'
In this video, hip numbers are not used and the operator is reading times