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Top Shot Fearmaster Information:
• Control Your Fear - This innovative controller utilizes two heartbeat monitors, as well as a motion sensor, to track your heart rate and your subtle movements.   If the player’s heart rate is high and hand is unsteady, their view on screen will be blurred making it more difficult to aim. As a player settles, the scope will sharpen and the animal’s vitals will appear so players can fire their weapon with greater accuracy. (See accompanying screenshot for side-by-side comparison)
• What’s the Technology? - The Top Shot Fearmaster is powered by unique sensor fusion technology that merges input from a heart rate monitor and an infrared camera. The software searches for specific breathing-induced patterns in the player’s heartbeat and correlates them with hand stability to determine the player’s focus level and how likely they are to line up the kill shot.
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