We're in the quarterfinals of the Euro2012. The Spanish team has the first position regarding to ball possession. In my case, let me show you how I'm metering the XT15 possession (you will need an XT15, of course):
1.- Start the "Motion Meter" (For CE: Start-->Settings-->Control Panel-->Dr. Debug-->Motion Meter-->Press "Start")
2.- Stand up (if you're sitting). Raises the XT15 to the height of your head and drop it (Attention to your feet!)
3.- At this point, there are several options:
3a.- Do nothing.
3b.- Start playing football after the ball bounce on the floor.
3c.- Stepping on the ball (the XT15, sorry), just after the contact with the floor.
Seeing these figures:
Distance: height of the fall.
Duration: Time during which the terminal has been moving (even after the first impact)
Impacts: Number of collisions (impacts and drops) in this event.
So: Attending to each row:
Row 1: Corresponds to point 3b... I was playing football about 6 seconds... sometimes too hard, because they are 3 impacts.
Row 2: Like previous one... but softer.
Row 3: Corresponds to point 3a. 2.4 meters!! 2 impacts due to bounce.
Row 4: Clearly: point 3c.
Row 5: The greatest ball possession! mmm... XT15 possession sorry again... 6.5 seconds. Belongs to point 3b.
Row 6 and following are now easy to understand.
Of course, the Omnii XT15 has not suffered any damage.
Let me know when you move on to heading the ball (errr... XT15) Severino.
Rob, I think the Czech goalkeeper did it. :)
love the post!
Very interesting comparison , what a fun!
Who will set the community record ??