Anyone looking for a small rechargeable motion analyzer might be interested in a new project which has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week called the Arcus.
Whether you want to analyse your golf swing, tennis stroke or anything else your hands might do, the Arcus motion analyzer ring might be worth more investigation. Check out the video below to learn more.
The Arcus motion analyzer has been designed to provide users with the features of a wearable activity tracker as well as gesture recognition devices. The system utilises the same technology included in aerospace to enable precise navigation within the 3D space. Its creators Arcus Motion based in Budapest, Hungary explain a little more about their creation.
“When used as an activity tracker, your Arcus allows you to get real time feedback of your performance across a wide variety of sports. But it’s not just sports tracking that you can use Arcus for! You can connect to and control any nearby Bluetooth Smart Ready device using simple finger gestures.
Whether your goal is to lose a little weight through regular exercise, or shave two tenths off your personal best, Arcus can help you track progress, stay motivated or smash those PB’s.
For example, while swimming, Arcus can gather several different metrics such as determining your stroke style, stroke efficiency, total distance and total effort.
Arcus is also capable of calculating a wide array of swing statistics for sports involving hand-held equipment such as tennis, golf or hockey. “
The Arcus motion analyzer is currently over on the Kickstarter website looking to raise enough funds to go into production. So if you think Arcus is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website and make a pledge to be one of the first early adopters to get your hands on the Arcus motion analysing device.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Technology News, Top News