A startup in Bengaluru has developed a sensor to help batsmen and coaches gain insight into racquet speed, impact velocity, racquet stroke angle and racquet travel, with the option to repeat the action in 360 degrees
subjects Sports | technology industry | Soccer
Football games are not only known for exciting goals and passes from the players; They are also notorious for brawls, which fans get into when they disagree with a referee’s decision. That could change with the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November, where for the first time sensors and cameras will help make important decisions in matches.
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