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Re: Zwim: A Heads Up Display for Swimmers [coralsnake] [ In reply to ]
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coralsnake wrote:
fishybike wrote:
For OWS, all I want is directional heading. If your goggles can tell you your heading, you sight once per bouy/turn, then hold your line.

This.

If there were goggles that can keep me on course or at least in a straight line, I'll buy. Until then, I'll stick with what I have.

Yes! That way when the fog rolls in mid-swim you can find your way back to shore. Thank goodness for compass on Garmin until then...

Hillary Trout
San Luis Obispo, CA

Born a swimmer, borrowed a bike, laced up some runners, and the rest just fell into place for a solid MOP life.
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Re: Zwim: A Heads Up Display for Swimmers [SLOgoing] [ In reply to ]
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Sounds like this thing that DC Rainmaker was talking about a few years ago.

https://www.dcrainmaker.com/...enabled-goggles.html
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Re: Zwim: A Heads Up Display for Swimmers [tomdefietsbom] [ In reply to ]
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tomdefietsbom wrote:
Sounds like this thing that DC Rainmaker was talking about a few years ago.

https://www.dcrainmaker.com/...enabled-goggles.html

I have an iolite. Used it a couple of times when I got it then put it away never to be seen since.
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Re: Zwim: A Heads Up Display for Swimmers [Leddy] [ In reply to ]
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Leddy wrote:
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4. Shark detecting technology would sell it. Like that green radar stuff in submarines, but for sharks. And some beeping noise for sound effects.


Best idea yet. I’m thinking the sound effect from electronic battleship.


Badum ... Badum ... Badum ... Badumbadumbadum

RayGovett
Hughson CA
Be Prepared-- Strike Swiftly -- Who Dares Wins- Without warning-"it will be hard. I can do it"
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