shrewdPanther46 wrote:My partner and I are redoing some measurements, but we have a 3 second car and we average <7 cm 1st run, <=3 cm second. It isn't as consistent as we would like it to be after some unfortunate events but yea. Work in progress still, but we believe/hope we can cement it to <2 cm every time. How do you think scores like that would fare in competition?
M017 wrote:Based on predictions that under 5 cm is top 10 or 15, I've decided to test to get every 10cm mark within a half cm, and if it's in between take an average of the wingnut turns
windu34 wrote:M017 wrote:Based on predictions that under 5 cm is top 10 or 15, I've decided to test to get every 10cm mark within a half cm, and if it's in between take an average of the wingnut turns
You shouldnt need to test every 10cm mark. Every 50cm should be plenty sufficient and obtain you the same amount of accuracy by using a linear regression to find marks in between
hippo9 wrote:As long as, you can get to a few points consistently, a linear regression should be able to figure out the rest of the possible distances.
Also, asking siri is actually ingenious, even though it's hilarious at the same time.
shrewdPanther46 wrote:yea that same 30 cm interval at each extreme is kinda sketchy for us even w/our current car
the closer one gives us more consistency issues than the farther one. The farther one is more an issue w/alignment (we dont use a rifle scope, we just line up some stuff)
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