Dryfire practice is an excellent way to work on shooting fundametals. Many top competitive and tactical shooters recommend dryfire practice with your firearm of choice. However, those same shooters also agree that dryfire practice is boring. While you get a lot of trigger time (without firing a lot of rounds of ammunition), you don't get a lot of feedback and it's difficult to see how well you are doing.
L.A.S.R fills the gaps in dryfire practice and gives you a way to track your progress. If you have a computer with a webcam, more than likely, you can use L.A.S.R. to take your training to the next level.
How It Works
To get started, simply point your webcam at a target, start the L.A.S.R. program and start shooting your laser training aid at the target. L.A.S.R will see each shot and record where and when the "hit" occurred.
L.A.S.R. uses advances in the field of computer vision to "see" the laser from your training aid and record the exact location of your shot. This unique system also provides a shot timer for the added benefit of working on timed drills, as well as numerous other features and modes to help you get more from your dryfire training.
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Minimum System Requirements
- CPU: 1.0 GHz or higher
- RAM: At least 2.0 GB of RAM
- Hard Drive: 100 MB of free hard drive space
- Webcam: Any webcam will work, but recommended resolution is 320x240 at 30 frames per second.
- Operating System: Windows Vista, Service Pack 2 or newer (Including Windows 7, 8, or 8.1)
*Built-in webcams are not recommended, since they are typically pointed at you, not the targets.
*A modern, multi-core processor is recommended.
Mac user? Click here for more information on running LASR on your computer.
Most computers made within the past 3-4 years can run LASR just fine.
LASR will work with almost anything as a target, within normal indoor lighting. You can use a lightswitch or picture on the wall, full-size sillouttes, prinouts from the internet, and much more. You may find that in different lighting condiitons, some targets work better than others.
Training Aid Compatibility
The only training aid requirement is that it has a momentary laser. Most of the time, in devices like this, the laser is activated when you pull the trigger, mechanically. "Constant On" laser devices, such as bore-sighters and laser sights, are not compatible or practical.
- With the LASR Infrared Camera, you can even use LASR with infrared training aids, such as those offered in the Infrared Systems section of this website.
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- Shot tracking on multiple targets
- Shot timer modes: Basic (not timed), Immediate Start, Random Start, Random Start with Par
- Adjustable delay for random start timer modes
- Various start tones
- Call Targets Mode (will call targets for you to shoot)
- Customizable names of called targets
- Laser color detection
- Can ignore certain laser colors (useful for trigger press laser on devices like SIRT pistols)
- Adjustable hit indicator settings
- Hit sounds
- Hit colors
- Hit sizes
- Automatic calibration to ambient light
- Advanced light warnings for ease of use
- Advanced camera controls
- Dedicated startup dialog for ease of use
- Adjustable camera setting for exposure/brightness for ease of use
- Switch between webcams and resolutions instantly
- Special-purpose targets
- Control the software remotely using your laser training aide
- Save targets for later analysis
- Save for multiple different profiles and drills
- Review old targets and timesheets for comparision
- Edit, print, print, and delete old targets and timesheets
- Run advanced analysis to compare
- Diagnostic mode to display any movement during trigger break
- Target down mode to require number of hits to "down" a target
- Race mode to track shots for multiple shooters (up to 9 shooters at a time)
- Reload mode to simulate emergency reloads
- Backdrop zones to detect near misses or used for no-shoot targets
- Plugins for even more functionality
- Built-in instructions and resources
- Free updates and free support
...and much more!!
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