Smash wearable wristband analyses and improves your tennis game
Being a sportsperson, one is always on the lookout for ways to improve their game and perform better in pressure situations. The same is true for tennis players and for this reason Rob Crowder, an Australian-based innovator has come up with a lightweight wristband that keeps track of the statistics and helps in improving the overall game. Smash, the wearable gadget monitors everything from your racket head speed, the amount of spin, stroke trajectory to technique consistency on the court. Overall the gadget is specially designed for beginners as well as experts who want to make their tennis practice sessions and in-game routines more fruitful.
Smash is compatible with Android and iOS devices to provide all the analyzed results in a visually understandable format so that a player cam make improvements in his/her game. This all is done via a compatible Smash App that also provides tips and goals based on your gameplay. The wristband weighs just 15 grams, measures 27 mm x 5.6 mm and lasts for six to eight hours on one charge.
Smash is up on Kickstarter for funding and ones who want to invest in it have to slash out a minimum of US $119.