I won’t review all the capabilities here as you can read about those in the original article. The short description is this:
[color-box]The @BullseyeCamera is like having an extra set of eyes down range, closely monitoring (but never criticizing!) every shot you take. (Tweet This)[/color-box]
Here’s what the Bullseye Camera System does, in a nutshell:
- Watches your target for every shot
- Tracks the exact location of each hit in the target area
- Beams that information back to your shooting bench location
- Displays a real-time view, on a laptop or netbook computer, of each shot taken
Well, life has gotten better. When I first got my hands on the system, it required a Windows-based computer, laptop or netbook to run the software. That was OK as I had a small netbook available to lug to the range. Now, Bullseye Camera has released both iPhone and iPad versions of the software. So you no longer need to bring a laptop to the range – your iPhone will work just fine by itself. If you want a larger screen, then bring an iPad.
Bullseye Camera is hard at work on Android and Mac OS versions of the software too. We’ll give you a heads up as soon as those are available.