Record and analyze data

Turn on the device by pressing the power button. Your OCULUS device will flash blue, which means it is searching for a GPS signal. Once the GPS signal is found, OCULUS will automatically start recording and flash green. The search for the GPS signal can take up to 5 minutes if the sky is clear.

We recommend that the athlete turns OCULUS on as soon as they are on the slopes and turns it off again when they are done training. Double click to stop recording and the device will automatically search for an available WiFi to synchronize the data. Please note that the OCULUS tracker requires NFC identification of the athlete at the start device or NFC reader.

Note: The recording must be at least 10 seconds long.

After OCULUS has finished synchronizing your data, it is immediately ready for analysis in the web app. To do this, simply click on the menu item "Motion data" and "Compare now".

Then you can select two runs that you want to compare. Only the runs that have been recognized and analyzed will appear in this list.

Speed to time analysis

After you have selected two runs, press "Compare now" and you will see both the speed history and a map.

If you move the cursor over the graph, you can have the two athletes virtually ride the track again. You can also see the speed difference at the respective time. You can view the respective position at the time in the map.

Speed to position analysis

This analysis compares speeds based on the position of the athletes. This provides a better opportunity to identify speed differences at certain points. The graph shows the difference in speed between athletes A & B.

This colour gradient is also shown on the map. This makes it quick and easy to see which run was faster/slower.