Surrey, United Kingdom, November 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In the past it has been very difficult to accurately measure reaction times but now iPhone™ technology has made this possible.
The debut release of the iPhone™ game 'BATAK Duel' from DN Publications Ltd is a major step forward in the analysis of how fast people can react to different visual stimuli.
Inventor of the BATAK Duel™ sports equipment, Dr David Nelson, believes that human performance assessment will make heavy use of computer game interfaces in the future, "we have arrived at a stage in technology where mobile hardware such as the iPhone™ and iPod touch™ can be integrated with data gathering software such as OpenFeint™ in order to collect human performance data from potentially millions of people. In the case of the BATAK Duel gaming application this data represents reaction times and hand-eye coordination abilities. With this type of technology we are getting much closer to discovering the fastest man and woman alive."
BATAK Duel is now available on the App Store for iPhone™ and iPod touch™.