2022-03-01 (Tu) RemoteFinishLine Real-world testing

I figured that an early coding goal was to write a single-location finish line that looked for a beam interruption to start a timer and then wait for another break to stop. Some of the functions were in place, but I gave on-screen directions to know when it was ready to start, timing, and after it was complete. I displayed microsecond precision, but I wouldn't count on its accuracy. I held the demo board in a tripod mobile phone mount, then attached another to its side to hold a battery pack. At my gym, I had some trouble with nuisance tripping, so I didn't get more real-world testing, but I have some idea of what I'll need to troubleshoot.
Portable set up at gym

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