[quote=“sergiy, post:3, topic:1149”][quote=“psikoanalist, post:1, topic:1149”]hello everyone
assume we have a wheel with %100 dominant drop point(leets say 12 o clock DD).in spite of this wheel with a common drop point we should know remaining time from knee zone till drop.whether with vb2 or traditional vb or crossover to define particular ball rotation is there any clue to get exact rem. time apart fr just observing wheel for a few spins and take avarage time?if no; to get exact remaining time how do you find?if with x2 x3 x4 crossover.how?
why ı ask this because even if we fınd the correct rev with traditional vb or vb2 or with crossover method we need to have at least +/- 0.5 sec remaining time guess.
thanx for replies sorry for my english ı hope ı clarified my question properly
cheers[/quote]ln the particular case that you are described, assuming you actually can identify revolution. Use relative distance between observation number in given revolution and your target. When you take your number, start timer or cadence trained previosly to measure time interval from prediction till end of the spin ( ball hitting your target.). Don’t mix traditional vb, crossovers and vb2. They are different methods that require different ways to adjust( different offsets). Brouse forum a bit, you will find your qwestions, if any arrise, already answered. Good luck.[/quote]
With vb2 you do not need to know exact knee point. You have several rotations which will give you same result. Wait +/- until the ball take 1 sec per rotation. Then apply vb2.