The WOO captures your highest boost in Big Air mode. In this WOO Game, every jump from your session will be recorded, including jump height, airtime, and landing g-force. Plus your time on water, total accumulated height, total accumulated airtime, and total # of jumps!
"Oh I went huuuuge" or "I definitely went higher than you!" are ready to be proven by the WOO! Simply put a WOO on your board and boost to the moon! It doesn't matter if you had the most stable or steady jump ever, or if your board went all over the place while it was in the air, the WOO's algorithms are capable of measuring how high you went no matter what you did in the air!
the LED pattern on the WOO for this game is blinking Once (1-0-1-0).
Kite - Big Air is compatible with all generations of WOO Sensors.
For this game, the button on your WOO doesn't necessarily need to be facing your right foot per se. However we do recommend this as it's good practice to always keep the WOO Button facing your right foot while riding.
Every WOO comes with an adhesive mount that's used to attach the sensor to your board. For maximum accuracy, the sensor needs to be placed in the center of the board with the long edge parallel to the long edge of the board. For more details also check out the docs on Attaching the WOO Mount.
The LED-pattern on your WOO indicates which mode your WOO is in. You can check the WOO Mode by either recognizing the LED-patterns it's emitting, or connecting your WOO to your phone. Here's a quick list of the LED-patterns the WOO emits:
Did You Know?
To change between Kite - Big Air and Kite - Freestyle while you're on the water, press and hold the power button for 4 seconds while the WOO is in Stand-by mode (blinking Green). You should see the blink pattern change to confirm the switch was successful.
Log into the WOO app.
Once logged into a sport, you gain access to the entire WOO Community through the App. Check out the different sections in the app:
Q: Will my Freestyle tricks be recorded while the WOO is in Kite - Big Air mode?
A: Tricks in Big Air mode will simply be registered as jumps. The device will tell you how high you jumped, how long you were in the air, and how hard you landed but it will not detect or score any tricks you do while recording in that mode.
Q: How to I display Big Air leaderboards?
A: When the App is in Kite, you can always swipe between Big Air and Freestyle in the Activity, Leaderboards, and Profile sections of the app. Just make sure the top bar is set to whichever mode you want to view.
Q: Do the Big Air leaderboards include WOO 1.0 / WOO 2.0 sessions as well?
A: Yes! Within Big Air mode you will have access to all sessions recorded by all generation WOO's. If you have a WOO 3.0 and your buddy has a 2.0 or 1.0 you will still be able to compete with one another as long as your WOO is in Kite - Big Air mode.
Updated about 1 month ago