Blast Vision

Blast Vision

By Blast Motion, Inc.

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2018-01-03
  • Current Version: 1.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 472.00 MB
  • Developer: Blast Motion, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 32 Ratings

Description

With the Blast Vision Ball Flight app, you have the power to visualize the results of your baseball, softball, and golf swing from the convenience of your mobile phone. You’ll get the most important features of a professional launch monitor to help you understand the effect of your swing, without the expense. Blast Vision will display your launch angle, exit velocity / ball speed, and estimated ball flight distance, providing you with real-time analysis and voice feedback. Best of all, there’s no charge to try it out for the first two weeks.* Simply place your phone on a tripod, setup the camera, and hit a few balls into a net in your backyard, batting cage, golf range, or golf club fitting facility. When you’re done with your session, you’ll find each video individually clipped with your stats overlaid on top to show you a visual representation of each hit. You can review your stats, replay your video clips in slow-mo, check your ball flight spray chart to see where you hit the ball, and save your best clips to your camera roll or send to a coach for feedback. If you’re looking for a fun challenge, take turns competing with one of your friends to see who can hit the ball the farthest, has the best ball placement control, or best combination of stats, averaged across a session. To ensure the best Blast Vision experience, the following devices are supported: -- iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X - running iOS 10.x, iOS 11.x -- iPad Pro 9.7", Pro 12.9", Pro 10.5", Pro 12.9" (2nd gen) - running iOS 10.x, iOS 11.x * A one-time in-app purchase is available to unlock the full app functionality after the trial period.

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Reviews

  • Broke my screen trying to use

    1
    By Andrew Sundberg
    I like the idea of the technology, but while trying to line up the ball with the circle for my second attempt my phone fell from where it was sitting causing the screen to absolutely shatter. I see the reasoning behind the phone needing to know the distance from the ball to the camera but I don’t see the reason why the ball needs to be lined up perfectly with the circle on screen to get an accurate reading. Also in the one swing I got in before my phone fell I actually somehow managed to line up the ball and circle and I didn’t get any feedback from the one swing I took!

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