Improve baseball, tennis and golf game with smartphone compatible Zepp 3D motion sensor

Zepp 3D motion sensor for golf tennis and baseball

Improving your outdoor sports has got even more tech savvy with gizmos that help you analyze nifty little details to achieve perfection. A new entrant into this niche market is Zepp Sensor that helps golf, tennis and basketball players in fine tuning their game with data that makes sense presented in three different games. The 3D motion sensor is designed keeping in mind the requirement of athletes and can be used in conjunction with your tablet or smartphone anywhere, anytime. Zepp motion sensor measures about 1-inch square and weights 6.3 grams which is huge advantage as it can be mounted on baseball/softball bat, tennis racket or golf glove to analyze baseball swings, tennis swings and golf swings wit the help of in-built ARM processor.

Zepp 3D motion sensor for golf tennis and baseball

The analyzed data is send straight away to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and then you can see all the vital details in a cool user-interface on the respective app for iPhone, iPad or Android devices. The analyzed data includes bat swings, bat speed, bat angle etc. and then this detail is compared to the data of pros and friends to get custom tips and coaching mantras. The gadget can store up to 200,000 tennis swings and up to 2000 baseball or golf swings.

Zepp 3D motion sensor for golf tennis and baseball

Zepp labs has also created the popular GolfSense device for measuring golf swing data and this new product is an improvement on that gadget. Zepp Sensor is going to be available in the month of November for price of $150 and can be purchased online from product page.

Zepp 3D motion sensor for golf tennis and baseball

Via: SlashGear



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