In the midst of so many wearables, here comes one which will let you keep track of any racket sports you are playing. Pulse Play G1 Wristband is a wearable which keeps a track of your physical activity and at the same time will track your score if you are playing racket sports. With the score record, any on-court squabbles can be easily settled. The band will also store your game history and give you a global ranking against other players, once you complete your game. The device is up for an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds.
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Improving the Playing Experience
This wearable device connects to an app that is developed to enhance the playing experience of the racket sports players. Just a click of a button and it turns into a live scorekeeper and announcer. You will be able to connect with new opponents who play at your level, either locally or globally.
Andy Ram, three times Grand Slam winner has developed the Pulse Play which looks after everything your match requires, thereby helping you to concentrate on the game.
Amateur players can experience what pros enjoy with this wearable. On the court you will get real-time announcements and scores. Off the court, you will be able to review match history and see how you can improve your time, connect with other players and find out your official ranking.
— The Gadget Flow (@TheGadgetFlow) May 8, 2015
The Indiegogo campaign that is currently running has a total funding goal of $75,000 USD. The campaign will end in 46 days. The early bird offer for $50 has already been sold out. If you want to get a Pulse Play band, you can now get it by pledging $75. Pledge $2500 and get a private tennis lesson from Andy Ram. Shipping will start from October 2015.
This wearable device will not just be useful for tennis players, but for other types of racket sports like badminton, squash and even ping-pong.
However, now it remains to be seen when we will be able to get the Pulse Play to track our records and improve our racket sports performance.
— Pulse Play (@PULSE_Play) May 7, 2015
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