# Difference between revisions of "System for determining the end of a path for a moving object (Patent)"

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− | A system is disclosed that can determine the distance a baseball would have traveled after being hit if its path was not interrupted. Thus, when a player hits a home run and the ball collides with an obstruction such as the seating area of a stadium or a wall, the present invention can determine how far the ball would have traveled had the ball not hit the stadium or the wall. The present invention can also be used to determine information about the path of objects other than a baseball. | + | A system is disclosed that can determine the distance a baseball would have traveled after being hit if its path was not interrupted. Thus, when a player hits a home run and the ball collides with an obstruction such as the seating area of a stadium or a wall, the present invention can determine how far the ball would have traveled had the ball not hit the stadium or the wall. The present invention can also be used to determine information about the path of objects other than a baseball. |

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− | [[Category:Culture_and_society]] | + | [[Media:System_for_determining_the_end_of_a_path.pdf|System for determining the end of a path for a moving object]] (pdf) |

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− | [[Category:Sports]] | + | [[First-Hand:Recollections of the development of the FoxTrax hockey puck tracking system|Recollections of the development of the FoxTrax hockey puck tracking system]] |

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+ | [[Tracking the Ice Hockey Puck - FoxTrax (Glow Puck)]] | ||

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## Revision as of 18:40, 15 December 2010

## Abstract

A system is disclosed that can determine the distance a baseball would have traveled after being hit if its path was not interrupted. Thus, when a player hits a home run and the ball collides with an obstruction such as the seating area of a stadium or a wall, the present invention can determine how far the ball would have traveled had the ball not hit the stadium or the wall. The present invention can also be used to determine information about the path of objects other than a baseball.

## Patent

System for determining the end of a path for a moving object (pdf)

## Related Pages

Recollections of the development of the FoxTrax hockey puck tracking system