Glove Sense is a wearable gear that can track wrist movements,
tightness of grip and speed of movement between both the hands. Also,
tracking the area of impact when the ball hits the gloves along with
indicating the area and intensity of impact can help identify and
determine the severity of injury and nature of treatment required.
Positioning of hands, placement of wrists while holding the equipment
are all crucial information that is highly appreciated by Players, Coaches
and Analysts alike.
Impact sensors within the helmet can detect area of impact and
ascertain the intensity of the same impact while alerting when the impact
crosses the acceptable threshold. Helmet Sense can not only function
as a diagnose for impact-related injuries but also provide crucial
information in the form of data relating to movements of head. Head
Position in normal stance, the head path while playing a shot, Sweat
Analysis, Body Temperature Gauge are all important indicators and
features of Helmet Sense.
Sensory elements within the device that helps track all-round movement
of the players leg. Starting from a player’s stance to the point of finish
after playing a shot. Also, indicating the area which is impacted while
showing the intensity of the impact. Degrees to which the leg is flexed in
relation to the other leg are all elements that are encapsulated by the
Sensors within the ball that can capture rotations, revolutions and seam
movements. Portable technology that can inserted into the ball without
altering the dynamics of a regular ball. Elements relating to the speed of
the ball, altitude, angle and positioning are all important insights that can
be recorded and displayed to the user.
Designed to improve and stabilize basic running techniques, Shoe
Sense is created with the purpose of optimizing the overall running form
and increase the awareness about possible and actual injuries.
Measuring parameters custom to each athlete like cadence, foot landing,
and time on the ground, the sensor can capture elements like velocity
(speed of foot), intensity (stress on each leg, toes and heels) and all-
round movement of foot (degree to which toes are curved, flexed)