Oct 4 2013, 10:58am CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Zepp Labs has announced three different sensors designed specifically to help improve your performance in golf, tennis, and baseball. The 3-D motion sensors are small and are designed to attach to a glove for golfers, a tennis racket, and a baseball bat handle. Each of the sensors will cost about $150.
The app is able to give the user a 3-D representation of their swing in one of the three sports. The idea is that data can help players improve their performance. The sensors are set to ship in November.
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