Smash is a well-known wearable bracelet or a band for tennis geeks to improve their form and techniques. Launched a long time, Smash is still smashing the tennis markets with eager users and enthusiastic lovers. As the time progresses, the wearable is gaining more fan following.
Smash basically coaches the users to analyze the strategies of their game. The device tracks all the metrics and analyzes a complete tennis game for the users. The Smash is capable of capturing the data of all you game and it provides you an overview of your associated statistics and helps you to improve your game.
Smash’s founder Rob Crowder in a statement said that;
“The app offers technique insight and tips to improve, based on your ability. Players want a more consistent game, so the focus is bite-sized learning and the ability to set goals. It also has a social side and tracking of achievements.”
The Smash tennis bracelet comes along with 9-degrees of freedom sensor array with a triaxial accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer. The sensors will be able to track the number of shots, the type of shots by the player, the head speed of the racket, racket head momentum; overall technique consistency, spin, wrist rotation, stroke trajectory, and impact point consistency.
Apart from providing the users with all the data, smash also aims to provide the tennis players with an opportunity to share their results and the data with like-minded individuals around the world and get their opinion.