We augment the reality of your figure skating experience by adding virtual patterns of your skate moves on the ice surface visible through your iPhone's camera.
Compulsory Ice Dances
Included the Lady's and Man's patterns for all USFSA Compulsory Ice Dances and their classifications.
Moves in the Field Patterns
Includes all USFSA Moves in the Field patterns and their classifications.
Compulsory School Figures
A collection of vintage School Figures skated by prominent Olympians in the dawn of Figure Skating
Scalable 2D patterns of your skating experience. Capture direction, orientation and speed of motion.
Utilizes the lates Apple iOS technologies. Based on ARKit 2.
Featured in 15 Languages
Verbal and written instructions in the 15 most frequently used languages in Figure Skaters (per Olympics Stats).
Includes a selection of NHL and Olympic size Ice Rinks with Hockey Team logos painted on the rink surface.
Features User Controls for fine-tuning of the user experience.
Ice Dance Videos
Plays selected YouTube videos of all Compulsory Ice Dances
At Brainventions, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right.
Your personal data belongs to you, not others.
Whether you are recording your moves or sharing with your skating partners, you can do it knowing that Brainventions doesn’t gather your personal information to sell to advertisers or other organizations.
Your features improve while your data stays private.
When we use data to create better experiences for you, we work hard to do it in a way that doesn’t compromise your privacy.
Whether you store it or send it, your data is protected.
SK8AR provides a feature to save your skating patterns, which are generated by the sensor and camera based Augmented Reality tools in your iPhone. The data is saved as a CSV file and stored on your iPhone. Only you have access to your data. You can of course decide to share it with us to be used as foundation for further app development and improvements.
Your apps play by your rules.
SK8AR requires access to the video camera on your iPhone. When the app is launched for the first time you are prompted to provide access to these peripherals. These settings are stored automatically but you can change them at any time.