Developing IMU (motion) sensors for a custom application in sports has become easier in the last 10 years. Here’s a look at some options available for makers now.
The sprint kayak tech survey we ran almost 6 months ago revealed some interesting nuggets of information.… Read More The Kayak Tech Survey Outcome
One of our biggest challenges in building a cricket bowling sensor is determining the points for the start of the bowling action and the ball release. Wayne recently published a paper where we have managed to validate ball release determined by the accepted method (high speed video) and our inertial sensors. Its very exciting not… Read More Illeagal Arm Action And Ball Release Paper
After a decade or so of working with inertial and other body worn sensors we have had the chance to work with many sports and along the way have developed some in-house tools to enable users to get down to the business of data collection a bit quicker and to really hit the ground running.… Read More Announcing SABEL Sense
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
In case you missed all the action on last months Catalyst show you can catch it online at http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/vodcast/default.htm Episode 2. It features the groups work on our continually evolving swimming technology and tennis technology, with some sword biofeedback on the side. Special thanks to everyone that helped out on the filming days Dave, Amin,… Read More Swimming, Swords And Tennis Technologies Featured On ABC Catalyst