G-Bowl Basic - Accelerometer

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About this app

This is the translation of the instruction manual for the app.

G-Bowl Basic is a driving training app that anyone can use from today.

The real G-Bowl that became the basis of the app has been on sale for more than 10 years, and still has a wide range of introduction records, including automobile manufacturers, bus driver education, etc.

We made it simple and made it into an app with the hope that more drivers will use G-Bowl.

[1] How to use

1. Park in a place that is as level as possible.
2. Place your smartphone in the car (you can also stand it on a holder, etc.).
3. Launch this app (the level will be set automatically).
4. Start driving.

(You can reset the level at any time by touching the screen after starting)

A warning sound will sound when the ball falls out of the bowl while driving.

There are three types of balls: "oil-filled ball", "wool ball", and "ping-pong ball". The first one is the hardest to drop, the oil-filled ball.

[2] Functions and operations

- Notify with a warning sound when the ball falls (let's drive without making a sound).
- 3 types of balls (oil ball, wool ball, ping-pong), switch by touching the ball.
- Pinch operation to enlarge/reduce the bowl, drag operation to adjust the position.
- You can lock the pinch/drag operation with the key button.
- Reset the level with the level button (wave icon).
- Switch the camera mode (auto, downward fixed) with the camera button.
- Supports vertical and horizontal placement of smartphones.

[3] Recommended use

The recommended practice method is to make "not dropping the ball once from leaving home to returning" as the final goal.
That's all you need (but it's only once you don't drop it, you'll see how deep it is).

You won't get better by looking at the app screen while driving (you'll get bored soon).
You don't have to look at the screen, just be aware of not dropping the ball and you'll get a sense of G (this is important).
(If you concentrate for a month, you'll probably be able to tell how much G is coming out without looking at the screen)

G-sense is the foundation for humans to judge "Can I make it with this brake?" or "Can I turn around this corner at this speed?" It is essential for driving. For example, professional racers have it with high accuracy (otherwise they can't run at their limit).

General drivers don't run at their limit, so there are not a few people who drive with this sense vague.
Sometimes G is too strong or too weak, depending on where you go, turning right and left, stopping at signals, swinging your passengers' necks, and getting sick if you go to the mountains.
On the other hand, some people don't get sick even if they drive smoothly at a good pace. There is a difference that is not just speed.

You'll see when you actually try it, but in order not to drop the ball, you need to pay attention to everything, not just driving operations, but also looking ahead, predicting driving, taking distance between cars.

It seems easy, but by aiming for "not dropping it once", you can see what's important and what you can't do. It's a waste of time to try it out and say "OK, I got it".
First of all, one month. When you see how difficult it is, continue for two months, three months and build a solid foundation for driving.

When you feel confident that "the ball won't fall no matter where I drive", you will notice that your driving has changed, that you don't have unnecessary tension, and that you can drive with confidence. Please come to this world by all means.

[4] Support

We provide information on official websites, Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc.
Please contact us from "Support Center" on official website for questions and requests.
Updated on
Oct 14, 2023

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What's new

- Five types of warning sounds can now be selected.
- A button to lock the layout has been added.