Learning to Fly
- Nov 18, 2019
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Great looking app. Thanks for tremendous work.As many of you may have noticed, @Vortex was using a new application for conducting his recent "V2G2 vs. others" testing. Today I'm publishing this app, so everyone can take advantage of using it.
The goal of the application is to automate as much of the radar detectors testing process as possible, including (but not limited to) capturing activation range, exporting data, syncing videos from different cameras, and keeping the test plan.
The app by its nature is quite simple: it listens to the microphone, detects the "beeps" from an RD, and saves timings for those beeps along with GPS fix positions. The data recorded by app is supposed to be further processed on a computer. All the data is snapped to the timeline, which allows combining data from multiple phones later (e.g., for capturing the kill zone distance).
I wanted to publish the app to Google Play to make it easily accessible for everyone; however, it turns out, the Google Play is closed for quarantine these days.
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So, while the application is pending publication in Play Store, I'm happy to share it here with you.
Find the APK here: https://rdtest.highwayradar.com/rdtest.apk
The quick-start guide is here: https://rdtest.highwayradar.com/rdtest_manual.pdf
Please also note that once the app is finally published on Google Play Store, you'll have to delete it and install it again from the Market. This means that all data will be lost.
And finally, I want to say big thanks to @Vortex for taking the risk of being the very first tester of this application. It made the app much better.