This week, AllCode released Walk Pro for El Cavalho, an augmented-reality iOS mobile application used to count horse strides.
Walk Pro gives equestrians a competitive advantage by using augmented-reality to survey their surroundings to get the most accurate stride count possible. Inclines, declines, wet surfaces, and hard or soft ground are observed and accounted for in the stride count.
Walk Pro also creates easily accessible course catalogs that can be reviewed at any time.When the Walk Pro mobile application is launched, Walk Pro leverages the ARKit to create a 3 dimensional representation of the world. As the user walks towards the jump, the application records the current position of the phone in the 3 dimensional rendered world every half a second. Each half a second the distance is calculated. When the user reaches the jump, the user hits the Finish Section button, and the distance calculation is processed.
You can find the application here.
Joel Garcia has been building AllCode since 2015. He’s an innovative, hands-on executive with a proven record of designing, developing, and operating Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), mobile, and desktop solutions. Joel has expertise in HealthTech, VoIP, and cloud-based solutions. Joel has experience scaling multiple start-ups for successful exits to IMS Health and Golden Gate Capital, as well as working at mature, industry-leading software companies. He’s held executive engineering positions in San Francisco at TidalWave, LittleCast, Self Health Network, LiveVox acquired by Golden Gate Capital, and Med-Vantage acquired by IMS Health.