Basketball players wishing to track their shots ad game statistics might be interested in a new system called ShotTracker which has launched today and is support by both Android and iOS smartphone.
The ShotTracker wearable sensor connects to its companion applications to record and display the statistics from your game and previous events. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the ShotTracker wearable system and see it in action.
The ShotTracker system includes a weather-proof net sensor that easily attaches to any net and automatically tracks your shots good and bad. The lightweight wrist sensor is fitted with a 6-axis motion processor controlled by a ARM Cortex M4 micro-controller all powered by a rechargeable battery. Its creators explain :
“You can’t improve what you don’t measure, which is why we’ve created ShotTracker; the wearable tech that automatically tracks shot attempts, makes and misses.
So you got game? Prove it. Challenge your friends, post workout results and earn your place on the leaderboard. Lightweight and imperceptible. The wrist sensor monitors your shooting motion and tracks shot attempts. Designed to slide easily into your wrist band or sleeve and be invisible to you and your shot.”
For more information on the new ShotTracker system jump over to the official website for details and the ability to purchase for $150.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News