AIM camera system
The cameras capture both underwater and above water swimming technique, from 50-1500m in all 5 strokes. There are up to 12 cameras under the water, 2 of them are placed on each short side of the pool, as start and end camera (optional). The video from the underwater cameras stitches in real time by the software to present a film with the swimmer in the middle of the window. The cameras above the water present a video with the swimmer in the middle of the window from a different angle.
The view from the short side cameras changes at the start and turn (the short side cameras are optional).
The system pinpoints your position in real time and can read your exact speed during your race. The most significant parameters that influence every swimmer’s competitive performance: Head Depth, Hip Depth, Cycle Count per lap, Break Distance from start and turns, Tempo, Breakout Time, Drop Off, Distance Per Cycle(Left and right arm comparison in freestyle and backstroke), Pure Swimming Velocity, Turn Time, Time Spent Under Water, Distance Swim Under Water.
After completing the race you can search for exact data based on time, position and cycle to find out following:
Speed as function of time, Depth (Head and Hip) as function of time, Speed as function of time, Cycle Rate as function of time, Distance per Cycle as function of time (left and right arm in freestyle and backstroke)
Speed as function of distance, Depth (Head and Hip) as function of distance, Cycle as function of distance, Cycle Rate as function of distance, Distance per Cycle as function of time (left and right arm in freestyle and backstroke)