In the discussions that followed, it turned out that their need to time rally cars that are passing them, standing in the middle of nowhere along a remote race track, was different enough to warrant a completely new stopwatch app. That’s how RallyTime Pro was born.
The challenge was to calculate and display relative times of passing cars without having any background information on start times, let alone live timing for the exact position that the spectator happens to stand.
RallyTime now replaces normal handheld stopwatches and a lot of brainy calculations in spectators’ head, or devices as simple as egg timers, which fans use so far to guess when the next car is about to be expected. And more than that, I found a way to visually show the progress of the next approaching car, so fans can prepare for the next moment of dust, motor roaring and thrill.
My experts seem to love it. So, I hope other fans will, too. Let’s see…
- Like on live TV, shows current performance of upcoming car in context
- Adaptable start interval time, also during the race
- Skip-ahead for cars that get overtaken or are of no interest
- Hard to miss buttons and tap feedback via sound and vibration
- Physical button support
- Alternative night color scheme
- Low power use, yet still running in the background
- Open timing or participant information from select, upcoming rallies
For any further information or resources, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at: RallyTime Press Contact (Email).
I am happy to hear from you and help out in any way I can.