Sorry about taking so long to get back to you! We've been flat
out running a high school drone competition over the past couple
of days - piloting a model that we're hoping to roll out in
RoboCupRescue and RMRC in upcoming years!
The moving dots in 2019 were 10mm and 5mm although at the range
that we observe them at in RMRC, I don't know that it makes that
much difference down to 2mm. Basically they're the "gap" in the
corresponding Landolt-C. I've attached an PDF of the file (I'm
pretty sure!) we used.
Similar with the speed, somewhere above 5rpm and below "motion
blur is an issue" is where we tend to aim (nowadays we use those
turntables they sell to display jewellery and other such things
and they're generally in the 5-10rpm range).
I'm guessing you had an attachment that didn't survive the list.
Did you want to maybe post a link instead?
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