|Posted on July 21, 2011 at 3:17 AM|
When Laser Ally first came out Laser Interceptor could not 'see' or jam the gun. Laser Interceptor has generic jamming and in most cases this special algo will do fine against fixed pulse rate guns. For example when the Truspeed first came out at 200.3PPS LI's generic algo had no problem jamming it from the beginning. We now know the pulse rate of the LaserAlly is VPR, meaning it's a Variable Pulse Rate gun. The word on the street was Laser Interceptor was successful in purchasing 2 LA's and tried to come up with a 'fix.' It's very possible Ivan and his engineers did come out with a fix for the two models they purchased, however the engineers at Dragon held their promise from the beginning. Dragon will release new revisions of their software at any time. The only way for Laser Interceptor to keep up with the pulse rate changes is to keep on buying gun after gun after gun. The video below shows how Laser Ally is now detectable by the Interceptor, however the jamming pulse algo used is ineffective.