More screenshots: Flight, Codes, and Setup

QView mode

Bird's-eye view of the track map showing accelerations, heading, and speed

Red is deceleration (darker = harder deceleration)
Blue is acceleration (darker = harder acceleration)
White means coasting
Width of each segment is proportional to lateral acceleration
Length of each segment is proportional to longitudinal acceleration
Spacing between segments is proportional to speed (easier to see when zoomed in)

Here is a side-by-side comparison of two drivers (PC software shown).  The driver on the right is much more aggressive but had an off-course excursion.


Same plot with QView turned off:


Hairpin detail on a different lap:


Normal Chart display (Pocket PC)

The same file is loaded under both A) and B).  Six values are shown, with only one (LatG) being plotted.  The full trackmap is visible underneath the plot.  The current position of the car is the "+" symbol.  The "X" symbols are the locations of the GPS virtual beacons.  The lateral acceleration of the car at that point on the track was +0.54g, which corresponds to the intersection of the blue data trace and the vertical crosshair.  The plot range is -1g to +1g in this configuration.  The plot shows 50 seconds into the future to the right of the vertical crosshair, and 50 seconds into the past to the left of the vertical crosshair.  You scroll through the display by dragging the plot with the stylus, or by clicking on the arrow buttons.

Comparison of data from one car on two different laps.  The blue and pink traces coming up through the center of the plot are a bird's eye view of the path of the car base on yaw rate and speed, which gives even more detail than GPS.


Beacon timing summary, computed from GPS position.

Testing - Tuning - Racing