Fift version of the Acrobat software for FF roulette computers. Here is not an explanation about differences to previous version but listed some of the features the program provides.
Roulette prediction in any ball rotation
The Acrobat software can predict at any moment during the spin. Once you set it, all you need is to clock the rotor than at any moment during the spin clock at least two ball rotations (by default). As soon after clocking, the system will predict. If you continue clocking, the system will predict again but this time when computing result, it will use times from all clocked ball rotations. The system can predict as early as 21rotations before then the ball drops.
Roulette predicting at desired ball rotation
It is useful where accurate predictions are possible only at particular moments during the spin. The system can be set, so it predicts only when the ball has a specific amount of rotations until it drops.
Roulette multiple predictions during the same spin
Multiple predictions are unique to Myrulet computers, and it is a right way of testing systems linearity of prediction or when it is possible to increase accuracy with more ball rotations clocked. You can have a prediction and continue clocking the ball, the system will predict repeatedly. The system for calculation uses as many rotations as you clocked. More rotations clocked in usual produces better results.
After prediction, even if you do not clock the ball for more rotations, the system predicts once more. The Acrobat program calculates ball and rotor movement, and when the ball is above the same number again, it predicts once more. It would be just in case if you did not see it well when predicting the first time. If in between double predictions you clock additional ball rotation the system will make a new prediction based on new rotations clocked.
Understanding importance of multiple predictions is a clear indicator of our focused on real casino play needs. This feature can be used in combination with many others. For example, as it often happens, someone may interrupt your view; you can simulate click get a dummy prediction then click again after 1, 2, or 3 ball rotations and still get a proper prediction. The Acrobat program is intelligent and flexible enough to understand such situations.
Data – Auto-Play & Feedback
The Acrobat memorises a lot of data during your play. For each spin, it can record ball speed, direction and rotor speed. The software can continually monitor predictions and accuracy of time in which the ball is arriving at the calculated position where it drops, the ball drop point as well. This great functions shouldn’t be confused with simple programs where the player gives only feedback about the number where the ball stopped.
The Acrobat is far more powerful. It because it can reconstruct ball rotations with added feedback it can also rebuild the whole spin you just played. The system’s database collects data and refreshes to the wheel conditions while you play. With such data, the system for each prediction may use many spins to calculate the best forecast for currently clocked parameters.
Using such method the prediction depends on ball speed, position on the diamond where it hits, different ball jumps based on rotor speed and ball force that hits the diamond. All these options are controlled when Auto-Play is selected. The player can also use manual settings, and only enable features he wants.
Ball jumps chart based on different rotor speeds
For each prediction, the system builds a new graph how the ball jumps. It is based on rotor speed. For example, the system may detect that the ball when the rotor speed is 4s per rotation jumps ten pockets, but when it is 6s/r, it may mostly jump 20 pockets. Such chart is also affected by data from currently clicked ball speed and data where the ball is expected to drop and with which force it may arrive at the diamond where it falls. Jumps may not be the same in each ball direction, for that reason the system analyses data separately based on current ball direction. The player at any time can request the system information about calculated ball jumps, and possible advantage.
Roulette tilted or levelled wheel play
The system can be used to play levelled wheel where there is even distribution of ball drops on all diamond, or it can be used to play wheels where some diamonds are more dominant and getting more hits. We understand that on a tilted roulette wheel the ball behaves differently than on a levelled wheel. To get most benefits of each, the system detects it form the players added feedback about the diamond drop.
Play different tables, each spin
With Acrobat you can play up to 4 different roulette tables at once. Each spin with you can shift the FF roulette computer to play different table. It takes only one second without any need to look the system to make the change.
Clock full rotor rotation or clock half of rotor without and previous settings. The player instead of half rotor clocking optionally can even use a quarter. With FFZ and FFV roulette computers the rotor can be clocked at any position.
Information about predicted diamond drop
After the moment when the ball is passing last time diamond where the player was clocking the ball, the Acrobat 4 program will signal the player until the ball drops. For example, six additional zaps/vibrations mean that the system expects the ball drop at diamond 6. Of course, the player doesn’t have to notice it every or to count signals. It is only additional information that may be used for better understanding and monitoring of predictions.
Manual Offset Adjustment
After setup, the system is programmed to predict the best it can position where the ball drops. It may be slightly off, or the ball may jump. The system has an option of offset adjustment where on top of prediction it can add a particular amount of pockets for the ball jumps. It is easily adjustable during the play without the need to go to menus. Adjustment is independent for each ball direction. If Auto-Play is used the manual offset settings are ignored.
Play only based on recent spins
It is a new feature to the ACROBAT-5. Acrobat 5 with just few ball rotations clocked during prediction can reconstruct full spins and use them for future predictions. It is a handy option to disable old spins and to check results only with fresh spins or to use only initially set spins and disable the others.
I’ve seen people call roulette computers mobile phones where even basic options have to be selected using screen. It only indicates lack of paying roulette knowledge and experience to know what is required, but also that the program is cheap and simple. There is nothing worst then be forced to interrupt play, leave table and go to rest rooms to adjust or to change some settings. All listed or unlisted features here are more important, some more some less, however the huge benefit of the Acrobat 4 software is that the payer can adjust or select anything he wants without ever looking the system. It is because the FF roulette computers are built by roulette players for real roulette players and real casino conditions.
Magic ball and rotor clocking
Magic ball clocking is another exciting feature of the Acrobat program. It provides the player with great flexibility. Since the system can provide multiple predictions, the magic ball clocking allows and different amount of rotations to be clocked as one. For example, the player may clock two ball rotation then look aside what is the situation around; then three rotations later click again. The system will understand and exactly know what has happened. It is also useful if the players view with the wheel was blocked for some time.
Roulette Magic rotor clocking
The player can lock rotor to a particular speed and predict roulette spins without clocking rotor. The system will use the time for rotor from the last clocked time. With this option, the player can play without any additional settings one spin clock rotor, and the other doesn’t. It is useful if the dealer spins rotor slow where even half rotor clocking is too long. Due to the flexibility of the program each spin the player can decide will he clock the rotor or not. Just another great idea from players!
Independent clock and anti clock way
Roulette wheels may have different parameters when the ball travels in different directions. That is not the problem for the Acrobat since each ball direction sets and predicts differently. It is like running entirely two different roulette computers where each ball direction can be set separately.
Timer for roulette visual ballistic players
Sometimes ago I was asked to make a timer for a professional visual ballistic player using the FFZ. After he received his timer, he ordered additional FFZ just as a spare saying he is afraid not to lose it and not be able to get the new one. His primary requirement was that as soon as the switch is pressed the timer produces signal then it produces again after time he set. It continues for all the time until the switch is pressed. Having the indicator as soon when the switch is pressed it helps the player to notice his delay in pressing the switch, and it is essential in visual prediction because of the player in usual times the single ball rotation. Timer with such design is the great solution for visual prediction. The timer has options to run from 0.5s to 10s in steps of 0.1s. It can run in free mode or the reference time is activated by the switch. Both systems FFZ and FFV are equipped with the timer.
Two-stage roulette dealers signature timer
The two-stage roulette dealers signature timer brings a revolutionary approach to handle problems associated with this kind of play. It provides perfect control of the game. Detections of any changes on the wheel or in the dealer’s way of spinning the rotor or the ball with different velocity. With two stage roulette dealers signature, timer unwanted losses caused by change can be avoided. Such timer is a must for anyone playing dealer’s signature and placing early bets.
The player can use shortcodes, to quickly activate some of the system features.
The system lock
The system can be locked after that FFZ will work as a simple electronics acupuncture device.
For roulette visual ballistic player if the primary objective is the timer, I strongly suggest the FFZ option. Electric zaps are faster and sharper, the player can feel them better, and if required the timer can be triggered by foot.