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Screen Overview

The main Strike Seeker screen automatically shows a number of video replays, raw measurements, and consistency analyses. This is the default view without touching the controls.

Strike Seeker Screen Explanation

Screen capture of Strike Seeker in action with brief descriptions of the screen elements.

Screen Description

There are five main areas of the screen that show videos, measurements and analyses.

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Basic screen layout numbered for more detailed descriptions below.

Area 1: Left video pane

Videos on the left side. Only bowler cameras can be displayed on this pane.

Annotations can be made on each camera using the drawing tools palette that pops up when moving the mouse pointer to the bottom of the pane.

Area 2: Right video pane

Videos on the right side. Bowler cameras or the lane camera can be viewed on this pane. Consistency data is automatically overlaid on this pane as the second replay loop begins.

Annotations can be made on each camera using the drawing tools palette that pops up when moving the mouse pointer to the bottom of the pane.

Area 3: Pin action replay loop

Automatic slow motion zoomed-in replay of the ball reaching the pins and the pin action that follows. This short loop replays continuously so there is no need to cue the video to watch the ball entry.

A dedicated premium camera can be used to show a sharper view of the pins at 2X slow motion (60 FPS) compared to the base cameras.

Area 4: Bowler release replay loop

Automatic slow motion zoomed-in replay of the moment of ball release. This short loop replays continuously so there is no need to cue the video to watch the action at the moment of release.

Area 5: Data readings

List of ball measurements during the first replay cycle and table of recent shots during subsequent replays.

Area 6: Video pane camera selector

Displays the currently selected left and right video pane cameras. Click on the controls to cycle through the available views on each side.

Area 7: Remote control reference badge

Shows the currently available actions of the four directional buttons on the wireless remote control.

These icons are from the vertical part of the "T" diagram.