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Zepp Baseball, Tennis, and Golf 3-D Motion Sensors Debut

3-D Motion sensorwants to help you get better at sports

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Zepp Baseball, Tennis, and Golf 3-D Motion Sensors Debut

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 sensors are very small and rugged and have a ARM processor inside. The sensor uses Bluetooth connectivity to shoot up to 1000 points of data to an application running on Android or iOS devices.

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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