Shot Detection

Virtual-Shot uses both the phone’s sensors and microphone to detect the dry fire sound of real guns, air guns, airsoft, paintball, and gel blasters.  The sound detection algorithm will detect the sound of dry firing, gas blowback systems, or Airsoft systems.

Virtual-Shot is compatible with trigger reset systems such as Dryfire Magizes for most pistols, or Mantis Black Bread and SIRT Bolts for AR platforms.

Adjusting the Detection

The sensitivity of the shot detection can be adjusted to your system or the environment within the settings menu or in the application settings icon. Touch the icon to cycle through the options.

Turning Shot Detection On or Off

Within the application, you can select the trigger icon within the application until it is colored red. When the trigger icon is colored white, it indicated that the application is red to detect shots.

Sensing Movement 

Virtual-Shot utilizes Augment Reality (AR) software to do two things: tracking the position of the mobile device as it moves and building its own understanding of the real world.

Virtual-Shot’s motion tracking technology uses the phone’s camera to identify interesting points, called features, and tracks how those points move over time. With a combination of the movement of these points and readings from the phone’s inertial sensors, Virtual-Shog determines both the position and orientation of the phone as it moves through space.

In addition to identifying key points, Virtual-Shot detects flat surfaces, like a table or the floor, and can also estimate the average lighting in the area around it. These capabilities combine to enable Virtual-Shot to build its own understanding of the world around it.

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