Has anyone had the chance to try out Scolia's steel tip digital measurement system(s)?
Based on their site, there are two models, one slightly more robust (and expensive) than the model designed for home use.
I'd ideally like to know how accurate the tracking is and what the data come out looking like. One particular feature I'm interested in is the heat mapping function, but if it's capable of tracking that, there's a lot more that can be done with that data.
Anyway, I'm curious. Definitely out of my price range at the moment, but if it weren't, I'd be awfully tempted IF the thing isn't too fragile or wonky. Anyone have any input here?
This is an automatic scoring system for steel tips?
@shaun Yes. Pretty expensive for most folks, but looks like it has some interesting options built in.
@kj-darts Awesome. I would love to try. Perhaps I should reach out. I am surprise there are not more options for auto-scoring steel tips. There is definitely a demand.
Great system. Needs a solid wired internet connection and power to your board. Very very rarely needs correcting. It is expensive (mine was b'day & Xmas pressie from my wife). You can also link it to prodarts to get training programs and competitions