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What is Batak
What   is   Batak,    Batak   was   originally   developed   as   a   sports   training   game   for   tennis   players      -   Bat Attack   but   it   soon   became   obvious that Batak as it had now become known had a good many other applications. Notably   Batak   found   its   way   into   various   professional   sporting   fields,   famously   several   Formula   1   Racing   Teams   and   F1   Drivers   are   linked to   Batak, Atue   have   worked   with   Jenson   Button   on   more   than   one   occasion   and   in   the   days   when   Jenson   and   Lewis   Hamilton   were   paired together at Mclaren F1 they featured together in a promotional video for Santander. Premier   League   Football Teams   also   invested   in   Batak   as   an   agility   training   aid   and   various   well   known   names   are   associated   with   the   use of   Batak   as   a   training   aid,   we   have   supplied   Batak   Pro   at   the   Carrington   facility   for   the   Manchester   United   first   team   but   this   was   as   a promotional device for MUTV rather than as a training vehicle. The   use   of   Batak   as   an   entertainment   device   soon   became   apparent   and   Batak   found   itself   at   conventions   and   team   building   events   all over   the   UK,   this   led   to   the   development   of   Batak   Lite   and   the   introduction   of   various   improvements   in   the   external   game   appearance which   switched   from   a   grey   powder   coat   finish   to   mirror   finish   stainless   steel,   ultra   bright   leds   were   fitted   to   the   buttons   and   upgrades   to the firmware became part & parcel of the Batak specification for both the Lite and the Pro. Other   versions   such   as   Batak   Duel   and   a   small   tabletop   game   Batak   Micro   have   evolved   from   the   original   Bat   Attack   concept,   for exhibitions   and   conferences   where   stand   space   and   the   ability   of   shorter   players   or   smartly   dressed   players   to   compete   with   taller   more casually   dressed   players   on   an   equal   basis   Batak   Lite   has   come   to   the   fore,   for   occasions   where   professional   or   more   experienced athletes are playing then Pro is the machine of choice. Batak Pro measures 2080w x 950d x 1950h and features 12 buttons. Batak Lite measures 1143w x 950d x 1800h featuring 8 buttons. All dimensions in mm. Both of these games can be mounted freestanding or bolted to a wall. Lately   several   companies   have   taken   the   Batak   concept   of   an   electronically   controlled   set   of   buttons   lighting   at   random   to   test   reactions and   built   more   amusement   specific   games,   Atue   operate   a   tabletop   game   called   Catch   the   Light   which   is   very   similar   to   Batak   but   which allows   one   or   two   players   to   compete   at   a   time,   other   makers   have   introduced   similar   games   with   very   sophisticated   performance measuring capabilities integrated into their operating systems. As   multitouch   screens   become   more   widely   available   it   is   more   than   likely   that   more   and   more   reaction   testing   games   will   become available - we already have one, Taps which we run on a 46” multitouch table. What   are   the   differences   between   Batak   Lite   and   Batak   Pro,   size   and   the   number   of   buttons   is   the   short   answer,   Batak   Pro   is   the   original machine,   it   has   a   larger   frame   than   Lite   -   designed   to   stretch   players   it   has   twelve   buttons   and   a   larger   frame   to   accommodate   them   ,   it   is a sizeable piece of equipment and extremely popular. Batak   Lite   is   the   younger,   smaller   sibling,   it   comes   with   eight   buttons   but   plays   in   exactly   the   same   way   as   Pro,   Lite   is   great   for   exhibition stands   where   space   is   often   at   a   premium,   if   your   visitors   are   wearing   suits   or   jackets   it   is   less   of   a   stretch   and   it   typically   gives   a   fairer playing field for competitors with a smaller frame. How is Batak played? Both   Batak   Pro   and   Batak   Lite   (as   well   as   Catch   the   Light)   play   in   the   same   way,   press   the   start   button,   the   game   announces   get   ready and   the   large,   bright   play   buttons   start   illuminating   at   random,   when   you   press   the   illuminated   button   it   extinguishes   and   another   one illuminates   straight   away,   press   that   one   and   another   one   illuminates   and   so   on   until   the   game   ends,   the   default   game   -   and   the   most popular   is   the   30   second   accumulator.   The   game   duration   and   the   score   is   displayed   in   adjacent   led   displays   built   into   the   crossbar   at   the top of the machine.
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Scoreboards Batak Lite Batak Pro Multitouch Reaction Tables +44 1432 850458 info@atue.co.uk
What is Batak
What   is   Batak,     Batak    was    originally    developed    as    a    sports training   game   for   tennis   players      -   Bat   Attack   but   it   soon   became obvious   that   Batak   as   it   had   now   become   known   had   a   good   many other applications. Notably   Batak   found   its   way   into   various   professional   sporting   fields, famously   several   Formula   1   Racing Teams   and   F1   Drivers   are   linked   to Batak,    Atue    have    worked    with    Jenson    Button    on    more    than    one occasion    and    in    the    days    when    Jenson    and    Lewis    Hamilton    were paired   together   at   Mclaren   F1   they   featured   together   in   a   promotional video for Santander. Premier   League   Football   Teams   also   invested   in   Batak   as   an   agility training   aid   and   various   well   known   names   are   associated   with   the   use of    Batak    as    a    training    aid,    we    have    supplied    Batak    Pro    at    the Carrington   facility   for   the   Manchester   United   first   team   but   this   was   as a promotional device for MUTV rather than as a training vehicle. The   use   of   Batak   as   an   entertainment   device   soon   became   apparent and   Batak   found   itself   at   conventions   and   team   building   events   all   over the   UK,   this   led   to   the   development   of   Batak   Lite   and   the   introduction of    various    improvements    in    the    external    game    appearance    which switched   from   a   grey   powder   coat   finish   to   mirror   finish   stainless   steel, ultra   bright   leds   were   fitted   to   the   buttons   and   upgrades   to   the   firmware became   part   &   parcel   of   the   Batak   specification   for   both   the   Lite   and the Pro. Other   versions   such   as   Batak   Duel   and   a   small   tabletop   game   Batak Micro   have   evolved   from   the   original   Bat Attack   concept,   for   exhibitions and   conferences   where   stand   space   and   the   ability   of   shorter   players or    smartly    dressed    players    to    compete    with    taller    more    casually dressed   players   on   an   equal   basis   Batak   Lite   has   come   to   the   fore,   for occasions    where    professional    or    more    experienced    athletes    are playing then Pro is the machine of choice. Batak Pro measures 2080w x 950d x 1950h and features 12 buttons. Batak Lite measures 1143w x 950d x 1800h featuring 8 buttons. All dimensions in mm. Both of these games can be mounted freestanding or bolted to a wall. Lately    several    companies    have    taken    the    Batak    concept    of    an electronically    controlled    set    of    buttons    lighting    at    random    to    test reactions   and   built   more   amusement   specific   games,   Atue   operate   a tabletop   game   called   Catch   the   Light   which   is   very   similar   to   Batak   but which   allows   one   or   two   players   to   compete   at   a   time,   other   makers have   introduced   similar   games   with   very   sophisticated   performance measuring capabilities integrated into their operating systems. As   multitouch   screens   become   more   widely   available   it   is   more   than likely   that   more   and   more   reaction   testing   games   will   become   available - we already have one, Taps which we run on a 46” multitouch table. What   are   the   differences   between   Batak   Lite   and   Batak   Pro,   size   and the   number   of   buttons   is   the   short   answer,   Batak   Pro   is   the   original machine,   it   has   a   larger   frame   than   Lite   -   designed   to   stretch   players   it has   twelve   buttons   and   a   larger   frame   to   accommodate   them   ,   it   is   a sizeable piece of equipment and extremely popular. Batak   Lite   is   the   younger,   smaller   sibling,   it   comes   with   eight   buttons but   plays   in   exactly   the   same   way   as   Pro,   Lite   is   great   for   exhibition stands   where   space   is   often   at   a   premium,   if   your   visitors   are   wearing suits   or   jackets   it   is   less   of   a   stretch   and   it   typically   gives   a   fairer playing field for competitors with a smaller frame. How is Batak played? Both   Batak   Pro   and   Batak   Lite   (as   well   as   Catch   the   Light)   play   in   the same   way,   press   the   start   button,   the   game   announces   get   ready   and the   large,   bright   play   buttons   start   illuminating   at   random,   when   you press   the   illuminated   button   it   extinguishes   and   another   one   illuminates straight   away,   press   that   one   and   another   one   illuminates   and   so   on until   the   game   ends,   the   default   game   -   and   the   most   popular   is   the   30 second   accumulator.   The   game   duration   and   the   score   is   displayed   in adjacent led displays built into the crossbar at the top of the machine.
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