CES 2017: CRP Group To Showcase A 3D Printed Smart Golf Club

Posted: Dec 13 2016, 11:56am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: CRP Group to Showcase a 3D Printed Smart Golf Club
  • CRP Group to showcase a 3D printed “Intelligent” Golf Club at CES 2017
 

The club is supposed to have a number or motion sensors to help out in better technique.

CRP group is all set to showcase its latest technology at the CES 2017. They are going to offer a new technology that is incorporated in the golf clubs used by professionals.

They are coming to the event with a 3D printed gold club. Now the printed part is not the only concerned thing here as many a number of people can do that.

The specialty of this 3D printed club is that it will have a number of motion sensors embedded in it that will provide the data of motion when the club will be swung by a player. The prototype that will be presented at Consumers Electronics show 2017 is made in collaboration with Krone Golf.

The club is supposed to have dual 9 axis motion sensor feature that will be incorporated along with Launch mentor and Professional Instructor in the club itself, making it a fully functional proper training device.

The sensors are incorporated in the head and grip of golf club. The sensors are active to take real time data when the club is swung. It detects inefficient swing and problematic technique in the golfer’s swing of club.

The sensors are attuned to a tablet of phone which will later on receive the date of ach swing thus informing the golf about its performance. The sensors are able to collect more than 500 data points in the single time surface.

Along with that the program of the club will make sure that the right method is taught to the golfer too. Due to which the golfer will be given instructions for making its technique better and then measuring it again.

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