BatSense provides THREE crucial features prominent features. They are namely,
This feature records your shots when they are played.
Auto-trim feature means the video captures only the few seconds before and after the shot is played including the shot. Unnecessary events in between like waiting time between each shot is cut out automatically by the app.
Videos can also be classified according to stroke type, such as Cover Drive, Straight Drive, Pull, etc.
Compare Shot feature allows any two strokes be compared. Shots from multiple sessions recorded in one single day are comparable.
3D depiction of each shot that is played in a session. This feature enables the 360-degree analysis of a shot and creates an animation depicting the bat trajectory of the entire stroke.
It also displays key parameters associated with the shot such as Bat Speed, Back Lift Angle, Impact Time, Follow Through Angle, and Blade Angle.
11 Parameters are displayed for every shot played. Important elements like Bat Speed (Average, Maximum and Speed at Impact) Back Lift Angle, Follow-Through Angle, Bat Start Angle, Blade Angle among others are captured and displayed to the user.
Helps to understand the batting tendencies and preferences of a player and accommodates technique correction based on the insights provided to players and coaches.
Max Bat Speed
The maximum speed of the bat achieved at any point during the bat swing, starting from the Back Lift to the Follow Through. Measured in kmphs
Rotation at Impact
The angle of rotation around the handle of the bat at the point of impact with the ball. This is the wrist motion which determines which way the bat face is turning. Whether it is open or closed and to what degree at the time of impact with the ball
Back Lift Angle
Extent to which the bat is lifted by the batsman before playing a shot. Back lift angle helps to understand whether the batsman has got a short or high-back lift
Follow Through Angle
The extent to which the bat travels after hitting the ball. This is measured from the time of impact onwards until the bat finishes its follow-through
Time elapsed (in milliseconds) from the Back-Lift point to the point of impact
Speed at Impact
The speed of the bat (in kmph) at the point where the Impact to ball happened.
The average speed of the bat (in kmph) throughout the shot, from back lift to follow through
Bat Start Angle
The direction in which the bat is pointed towards by the batsman before playing the shot. Usually described as towards 1st Slip or 2nd Slip etc
Extent to which the bat is opened towards off-side or leg-side while holding the bat before playing the shot
Shows whether the ball is hit in the air or on the ground. The angle the bat makes with the ground surface while impacting the ball
Shot efficiency is the relation between Max Bat Speed and the Speed at Impact (bat speed during the point at which it makes contact with the ball). When both elements are in equal degrees, the efficiency is 100