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Top 3 Wearables for Sports Enthusiasts

Top 3 Wearables for Sports Enthusiasts
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At the CES this year, an array of sports wearables were launched, which can help the players to track their stats. Apart from runners, cyclists and players of other sports can now keep a track of their stats with these set of new wearable sensors.

Let us have a look at three of the most interesting sports wearables which were unveiled at the 2015 International CES.

  • Epson M-Tracer

epson m-tracer for golf                                                                                                                                 Image: wearablesarena.com

The Epson M-Tracer MT500GII was announced at the CES and it can track the swing of you golf club. The device can be placed on the grip of the golf club and it gathers data about the speed of the golf club, the swing path of the club and the angle at which the face of the club is when the impact happens. It also tracks other metrics apart from the ones mentioned here. Users of the device can see these data in a smartphone app. The app can also be used to see the swing path in 3D. It allows the users to compare their swing with that of the swing of a pro golfer.

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  • Fitguard

Fitguard_concussion_detection_device                                                                                                                                          Image: fitness-gaming.com

Head injuries are common while playing. It is harmful to continue playing football or other contact sports after enduring a severe blow to the head. However, it is not always possible for athletes to know when they should move out of a game. With new devices, players can be informed about the extent of their injury.

Force Impact Technologies unveiled one such product at the CES 2015 which is called the Fitguard. It is a mouth guard which finds out the rate of acceleration. If the head’s acceleration reaches to a certain level, the LED lights which are attached to the mouth guard change color. It will turn blue from green and then finally red. The blue represents medium force impacts whereas red represents high force. Players with more severe impact should be evaluated before they join back the game.

The company plans to release the product on September.

  • Game Traka

Game Traka                                                                                                                              Image: stanton-company.com

This new sports wearable can be fitted in a vest inside the jersey of the player. Players, who have just started to play soccer, basketball or football and want to know more about their activity in the game and develop their performance, will find this device extremely helpful. It is a rectangular device and is similar in size to a box of matches. The device has a GPS which updates 5 times every second.

The wearer’s speed, distance and other data are tracked by the wearable. It rates the players on a scale of 100, based on their intensity. This rating shows how hard the players have worked during a game.

If you are a sports person, you will be immensely benefitted with these helpful wearables.

Do you love playing contact sports? Do you want to use any of the above mentioned wearable devices? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us.

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