Why Use LASR
Dryfire practice is an excellent way to work on shooting fundamentals. Many top competitive and tactical shooters recommend dryfire practice with your firearm of choice. However, those same shooters also agree that dryfire practice is boring. While you get a lot of trigger time (without firing a lot of rounds of ammunition), you don't get a lot of feedback and it's difficult to see how well you are doing.
L.A.S.R fills the gaps in dryfire practice and gives you a way to track your progress, and makes dryfire more fun and engaging.
How It Works
To get started, simply point your webcam at a target, start the L.A.S.R. program, select your targets, and start shooting your laser training aid at the target. L.A.S.R will see each shot and record where and when the "hit" occurred. There are a plethora of features and modes that you can mix and match to create your own custom courses of fire.
L.A.S.R. uses advances in the field of computer vision to "see" the laser from your training aid and record the exact location of your shot. This unique system also provides a shot timer for the added benefit of working on timed drills, as well as numerous other features and modes to help you get more from your dryfire training.
What You Need
Any Laser Trainer
Minimum System Requirements
CPU: 1.0 GHz or higher
RAM: At least 2.0 GB of RAM
Hard Drive: 100 MB of free hard drive space
Webcam: Any webcam will work, but recommended resolution is 320x240 at 30 frames per second.
Operating System: Windows Vista, Service Pack 2 or newer (Including Windows 7, 8, or 8.1)