A Word from the Inventor
When I bought my first pool table, I decided to try to improve my playing
ability. I quickly realized that although I thought I knew where I
should aim the cue ball, I had no way of knowing if the cue ball actually
hit where I was aiming. If I missed my shot, I was left wondering, did I
aim at the wrong target point or did I miss my target all together. Even
on successful shots, I couldn't be sure if I actually hit my target point
or I was just "close
to make the shot.
I recognized the need for a way to develop the skill and self confidence
to be able to get the cue ball to hit my desired target point. Traditional
target practice drills of aiming at a target (diamond, chalk, penny, etc.) and shooting
many times were not enough because there was no feedback indicating if I
actually hit my target. Hence, AcCueShot ™
came into being.
Players are raving about the usefulness of this innovative new invention. I am
sure that you too will find this to be an extremely valuable tool to help your precision and game.
How it Works
AcCueShot ™ is a small electronic device
that is placed on the far rail of the billiards table. On the front
of the AcCueShot ™
device is an illuminated target bar for the player to aim at. On the
face of the AcCueShot ™
device are three indicators: left arrow, center bulls eye and a right
arrow. The player stands at the opposite side of the table and then
aims and shoots the cue ball at the ™
target bar. Utilizing its infrared optics and microprocessor, AcCueShot ™
calculates where the cue ball hits the rail with respect to the target
bar and illuminates the appropriate indicator; left arrow if left of
the target, right arrow if right of the target and bulls eye if on the
target. In addition, AcCueShot ™ has a built
in speaker that will emit a unique sequence of tones for each condition
(left, right and bulls eye hits).