Variations at 100 Balls/Min
Can you notice the subtle, very subtle variations?
One of the main comments that I hear about robot training is... "The same ball comes again and again."
With some old robot yes, but with the Newgy Robo-Pong 2050, you can program it for subtle variations. It can fire at 175 balls/min. For this drill, it is set for 100 balls min with slight placement, slight speed, slight depth, and slight frequency variations. Also notice the timing, as the ball contact the table, the next ball is firing out. That is the timing that is most game-like. In order to have the most efficient robot training session, it needs to feel like a game with gamelike timing as well as gamelike variations.
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