Inaugural Best Paper Award, Velocity Profiling Using Inertial Sensors For Freestyle Swimming

Congratulations Andy on winning the inaugural Best paper of the year award in the prestigious Journal of Sports Engineering. It is the culmination of many years of work towards Dr. Stamm’s PhD. We look forward to hopefully seeing you at the ISEA Engineering of Sport conference later in the year to accept your award Sports Engineering… Read More Inaugural Best Paper Award, Velocity Profiling Using Inertial Sensors For Freestyle Swimming

Developing With Kinect Sensors For Fitness And Health

The Kinect sensor has been widely used (hacked/developed/applied) by many ever since the Xbox 360 was first released. A couple of years ago, a fellow sports engineer from SHU studied the feasibility of using the Kinect sensor as a biomechanical analysis tool. He concluded that although the Kinect was fairly accurate, it wasn’t good enough for… Read More Developing With Kinect Sensors For Fitness And Health

ISEA 2014 Conference, Back In Sheffield

Return to the birthplace of where the International Sports Engineering Association all began for its 10th conference! The 2014 Conference of the International Sports Engineering Association Dear Colleague,The Centre for Sports Engineering Research at Sheffield Hallam University is proud to announce that it will be the host of the 2014 Conference of the International Sports… Read More ISEA 2014 Conference, Back In Sheffield