Of all people, FJG, I thought you would be up on Tracking Point rifles. Basically, it is a computer controlled reticle whereby all of the cartridge data is known by the computer. It does some compass, GPS, barometric pressures, and angle compensation, and you still have to plug in the wind reading...which is still the absolute hardest part of the job.
So with all that information, you "tag" a target which is basically lasering the target and the spot you lasered appears on the screen. The dot holds its position in space. Even if the rifle moves off target. You can then pull the trigger and the gun will not fire until the crosshair align with the marked dot.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13i-JRqFKF4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar25BbobK4s
While they call it "Tracking Point," it apparently helps if the target remains stationary. What you don't see in the videos is a target dot tag being marked on a moving target where the target dot track the spot on the target where marked. I just reviewed a bunch on their videos on Youtube and I don't see a single one where the target is moving and they show the dot actually following the target around.
It is cool technology and has some neat benefits, especially for handicapped hunters.
Also what you don't see in all the Tracking Point videos is a lone hunter going after a target at long distance. They have a whole crew there to help out the hunter.
This is a fine video. It shows all the animals being shot stationary. The shooting team is assessing the wind, discussing it, and plugging in the information into the computer. Several of the animals get center-punched. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbEg608GO80