I finally bought a used S60 mobile and can't wait to try out this fine piece of software, which you so kindly created for us track day enthusiasts. Thanks so much for that!
Now, since my phone will not arrive until tomorrow or monday, I was wondering if I will need a bigger memory card than the 64MB one that comes with it? How much space will, say, a session of around 8 to 10 laps approximately need?
Also, as far as I can see, RaceChrono currently doesn't put out lateral g's. Is this a feature planned for future versions? That would be an awesome feature to have.
There haven't been that much requests for lateral G-forces display, but I might consider them if I find a good way to implement them user-interface-wise.
And while I personnally think lateral g-forces would be very cool (especially with the possibility to export .vbo data and analyze it), I do understand that it will be more important to implement features which are in higher demand. So, just keep what you are doing, it's great!
Not sure about the memory cards, I usually buy what ever is cheapest. Just buy the correct type of card, the latest Nokia phones use MicroSD-cards. Bit older might use MiniSD or MMC of some sort.
Personally, I'd only need g-forces for exporting. User interface is really not important for me. In any case, I'm really looking forward to trying out RaceChrono, be it with or without lateral g's.
@jason: Any GPS receiver does put out height per default anyway, it's usually just not very accurate. I don't know how big the margin of error usually is, though. Might not be much worse than xy-data.
@ Aol - Well done and thanx for all your effort on this great app!