Monday, January 23, 2017

CES 2017. Batter up wearables: Swing IQ baseball performance apparel

Designed to read a batter's swing and collect training data.

Majestic Introduces Swing IQ™ Powered By Intel.  (The Street, 1/5/2017)
Priced at $199.99.  Pre-orders accepted now.  Will ship before Opening Day (Sunday, April 2)
Swing IQ provides hitters with a new understanding of their batting mechanics by validating their kinetic swing sequence. The patented Swing IQ shirt, designed with Intel technology, contains motion sensors at three points on the body that provide 360° tracking of wrist, shoulder and hip movement. Within the Swing IQ app, players can train smarter by leveraging new tools that marry analytical swing data with video capture.

Other CES 2017 previews (or not):
Omron Project Zero wrist blood pressure monitor.  (1/16/2017)
Pity the generations of parents who raised kids before CloudTot.  (1/15/2017)
Help your baby sleep through the night with this $1160 Snoo Smart Sleeper.  (1/15/2017)
Add some drama to your life with Razer Project Valerie.  (1/15/2017
LG Smart InstaView refrigerator.  (1/15/2017)
PowerVision PowerRay Drone.  (1/15/2017)
Equisense Care horse bodysuit.  (1/13/2017)
Vuze 3D-360° Virtual Reality Camera.  (1/13/2017)
HiTech Ninja solar power backpack.  (1/13/2017)
Augmented reality and head-up technology.  (1/12/2017)
LIVS:  Life-enhancing intelligent vehicle solution.  (1/12/2017)
Sony HT-ST65000 sound bar.  (1/12/2017)
The Las Vegas robot parade continues with Ewaybot's Moro.  (1/9/2017)
Meet Olly.  (1/7/2017)
Lynx Robot.  (1/7/2017)
LG Hub Robot.  (1/6/2017)
Lego goes robotic.  (1/6/2017)
Meet Kuri. (I'll leave you to decide if this allegedly 'adorable' robot is worth $700).  (1/6/2017)
Are you still using a dumb brush?  (1/3/2017)
IllumniBowl 2.0 (as seen on TV).   (12/21/2016)
Fireside Audiobox.  (12/20/2016)
Sony 4K OLED TV.  (12/19/2016)

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