Instant Distance. Measure EVERY jump you take, Training or Competition
Permanently Installed in 45 sites worldwide
Available at Major Ski Schools
Multiple World Records
As Used at World Championships and European Championships
2013 US Nationals and Three US Regionals
SplashEye Jump automatically measures every jump you take – no human intervention.
Two or three cameras mounted high at the lakeside monitor a landing area covering from 20 feet to 250 feet.
A sensor mounted under the ramp surface triggers the system when the skier hits the ramp.
After the skier lands the system scans through the recorded video to pick the landing frame.
The frame is analysed to pick the SplashPoint closest to the ramp.
4 seconds after the skier lands the score is displayed on the wireless scoreboard.
Put the sensor under the ramp surface and make the system work fully automatically.
Put it anywhere within 300 feet of the PC. It’s readable from nearly 1000 feet.
Now permanently installed in 45 sites around the world.
When you want a score after every jump you take put it in fully automatic.
That’s how long it takes to get a score after the skier lands.
In use in major competitions like World Championships, US Regionals and Nationals Competitions for the last 15 years.