CueSight Is A Pool Cue With Freakin' Lasers

Posted: Jun 1 2007, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:07am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

CueSight is a Pool Cue with Freakin' Lasers
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Yeah I really suck at playing pool. Normally if I don’t miss the ball completely I hit it so hard that none of my shots actually fall into the pocket. We even had a pool table growing up and I still never figured the game out.

If your pool skills are more like mine than a pool sharks, this CueSight laser pool cue might be just what you need. A laser-pointing device in the tip of the CueSight points to where you will hit the ball, making it easier to aim your shots and revealing any twisting of your shot.

After that, you can presumably hit it straight enough that the ball goes where you want. The item is billed for practicing and learning the game and it may just do the trick. You need to be serious about wanting to learn to play pool though the CueSight costs $129.00. Via Sci Fi Tech

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