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Training software for a Concept II rowing machine

@inproceedings{Palmer2004TrainingSF,
  title={Training software for a Concept II rowing machine},
  author={G. R. Palmer},
  year={2004}
}
Concept II indoor rowing machines are a standard used by both professional and amateur rowers. A PM2+ (the display presenting numerical data to the rower) enables retrieval of real time data through a serial port. This project developed a system that retrieves such data and presents it in a graphical form to enhance training. More specifically the software represents a river with moving boats, upon which the user can race other rowers. The system also supplies the functionality to store… Expand

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