Most Advanced Bowling Ball Tracking System

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Board at which the ball is located at the arrows (15 feet).

aVERAGE SPEED

The speed calculated using the time it takes from Launch to Entry, divided by distance traveled.

BOARDS CROSSED

 

Total number of boards the ball crosses on the way to the pins.

BREAKPOINT ANGEL

 

Total angle between launch and impact.

BREAKPOINT BOARD

 

Board at which the ball was at its outermost position.

BREAKPOINT DISTANCE

 

Distance at which the ball was at its outermost position.

BREAKPOINT Length

 

Distance the ball traveled on the breakpoint board. Shorter length means faster ball reaction, longer length means slower ball reaction.

CUSTOM POSITION

 

Ball position at the custom board marker which is the second arrow from the left underneath the lane graphic.

CUSTOM SPEED

 

The speed calculated based on the custom position marker located below the lane image.

ENTRY ANGLE

 

The angle of the ball between 51 and 55 feet.

ENTRY BOARD

 

Ball position at 59.5 feet.

ENTRY SPEED

 

The average speed of the ball between 57 and 59.5 feet.

FOUL LINE

 

Calculated board position of the ball at the foul based on the launch angle.

FULL RACK

 

Shows you if it is the First or Second shot.

HOOK

 

The length at which the ball is changing its direction.

HOOK BOARD

 

Board position of the ball where it started to change direction.

HOOK BOARDS

 

a.k.a HOOK POWER

Number of boards the ball hooked based on the True Breakpoint.

HOOK SHAPE

 

Percentage of total hook. Higher numbers indicate more angular motion, lower numbers indicate more arcing ball motion.

IMPACT ANGLE

 

The angle of the ball between 57 and 59.5 feet.

LAUNCH ANGLE

 

The angle the ball traveled the first 10 feet.

LAUNCH AXIS

 

A beta item that should indicate the axis that is calculated when putting a piece of reflective tape on your Negative Axis Point. Righties should be on left of sensor, lefties on right.

LAUNCH SPEED

 

The average speed of the ball in the first 3 feet of readings.

LAYDOWN POINT

 

Calculated board position of the ball at the foul based on the launch angle.

LOFT

 

Point when the sensor reads over 60% of the ball surface for the first time. This number can change significantly based on the amount of the ball that is seen so can be inaccurate.

MAX ANGLE

 

The largest angle of travel of the ball on the lane.

MAX ANGLE DISTANCE 

 

Distance where the ball hit its maximum angle.

MAX HOOK ANGLE

 

The amount of hook in degrees at the point the ball made its largest change of direction.

MAX HOOK DISTANCE

Distance at which the ball changed its direction the most (Max Hook Angle).

MAX SPEED LOSS

The distance at which the ball lost the most speed.

PATTERN EXIT

Board at which the ball is located at the pattern exit point, based on the pattern length set above the lane image.

PIN DECK DEFLECTION

The number of boards the ball deflected in the pin deck.

PIN DECK EXIT

Ball position at the end of the pin deck.

PIN DECK SPEED

The average speed of the ball in the pin deck.

PINFALL

Total number of pins that fell. Only available in centers enabled with LaneTalk

READ

The distance on the lane at which the ball first slows down.

REVS

Calculated revolutions of the ball.

ROLL

The length at which the ball stops the Hook phase, which is where the ball stops changing direction significantly.

ROLL BOARD

Board position of the ball when it completed its change of direction.

RPM TO SPEED RATIO

A number that tells if the bowler is speed dominant, rev dominant or
if the speed matches their revolutions

RPS - rOTATIONs PER SHOT

A beta item that should indicate the number of rotations the ball
makes going down the lane. Assumes the ball reached the Roll stage, otherwise can give inaccurate readings.

SHOT

Indicates what shot number you are on.

SHOT TIME

Total amount of time in seconds the shot took.

SKID

The length at which the ball does not changed path significantly.

SPEED LOSS

The difference between the Launch Speed and the Entry Speed.

SPEED LOSS BACK

The speed loss from 40’ to 60’.

SPEED LOSS HEADS

The speed loss in the first 20’ of the lane.

SPEED LOSS MIDS

The speed loss from 20’ to 40’.

SPEED LOSS PIN DECK

The speed loss through the pin deck.

TOTAL HOOK

Total number of boards the ball hooked compared to a completely straight
shot.

TRUE BREAKPOINT

Distance at which the ball was farthest away from the direct path to
the pins. When drawing a straight line to the pins this would be the distance of the
largest shape.