Today we revisited the A.R. Pool Demo at the Queen’s University Integrated Learning Center. It was neat to see the results of all that calibrating!When the cue was aimed, the cameras picked up the angle, and projected where the cue ball would travel, and where the other ball would go after impact.It was fun to try our hand at pool. We realized that some of us were pretty good! The tracer lines helped some of us a lot.Thanks to the Queen’s students for inviting us back again. Although watching calibration was interesting, playing the A.R. Pool was much more fun. Good luck as you take this demo on the road–we’re sure it will be a big hit!
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