Well, I mentioned a laser (with a question mark) in my second post about this, and I mentioned a gyroscope in my first post only as far as measuring the device being off of the vertical/horizontal. I don't know how the device measures the green's slope, so I was just adding a gyroscope to that measurement method, in my first post.
Ok. Probably not the clearest post I ever made here (or elsewhere). But hopefully you understand what I meant now.
I'm the same. Haven't bought a tee in ages! If I see the head of a tee in the ground, I pull it up. If it's whole, I keep it! I am amazed at the number of golfers who stick a tee in the ground, hit one shot of it, and leave it there! Plus, the last couple of years I've played in a local tourney where we get to play a local country club on day 2. You know how country clubs take care of their members. On the first and tenth tees, there are boxes full of tees, ball markers, scorecards and pencils. I load up on the tees and ball markers.
Some of these new plastic tees seem practically indestructible! I broke exactly one of them last season. Can't get that kind of endurance from wood!
EDIT: And yes, on a par 3 tee, I will look for a tee fragment to use.
Perhaps I don't understand this correctly, but a gyroscope should know that its horizontal axis (as it is bound to the device) is 1.3% off of level , then if it measures, presumably with a laser, that the green is off of the device by 2.7%, it could infer that the green is off of the horizontal by 1.4%, for example.
It takes two gizmos built into the device to measure two things: a gyroscope to know the deviation from the horizontal/vertical and a laser to measure the deviation (tilt) from the device.
An Eagle for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Tarantino, for me, is up there with the great movie directors of all time. And I also put him up there with the great screenwriters of all time as well. His movies are never less than great. I believe he's talking about quitting after his next film. I really hope that that's not the case.