Teenage girl, Instructor, Energetic videogame demo



Teenage girl, Instructor, Energetic videogame demo

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Teen (13-17)


North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
All right, Bruno ready to practice batting. Bruno stoked. Okay, so the faster ball is thrown, the harder it is to hit and the quicker the batter needs to react. So we're gonna try to hit five major league speed pitches from the pitching Crowe bought. Yeah, this is better. The team's pitching crow about I've programmed better to throw at three speeds from really MLB pictures. You can't own a dragon. Don't be ridiculous. Let's get started. No sweat. You reach too fast. Try again. Just a little too slow. Try again. A lot of people know the equation for finding speed, but we need to. No time. We want to know how much time it takes for the bowl to go from the picture to the better, because that's how much time you have to react. I'm going to rearrange the equation and use the same values to find time. Great. So how much time in seconds that it takes a baseball to travel from the pitcher's mount to the home late? Let's figure it out with Sanders Equation for time to find out the time we need to know both the distance the bullet's traveling and its speed in Major League baseball, the distance never changes. The pitcher's mount is always exactly 60 feet six inches from home plate, where the better sense The speed, however, can change. If the ball travels one foot per second, it's traveling about 0.682 miles per hour. Let's look at a 90 miles per hour pitch. 90 miles per hour, divided by 0.682 seconds, equals 131.96 feet per second. Now round up to the nearest hole number, the bowl is traveling 132 feet per second.