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Ghost Glove

Golf, Swimming, Tennis
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The Ghost Glove is one of the latest technologies, designed to be used specifically by blind athletes to improve their game. The device was designed by a team of engineering students from Imperial College, United Kingdom. It uses a combination of vibrating pads and sensors...

Drysuits Technology

Surfing, Diving, Scuba Diving
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Dry Suit technology simply means a suit which is worn by divers, boaters, and water sports enthusiasts that provide thermal protection and exclusion of water. Dry suit makes the diving experience more intense and unique, helping divers keep dry and warm underwater and making them...

Hawk Eye

Hurling, Gaelic Football, Rugby Union + 6 More
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The Hawk Eye is a computer-based technology which helps in providing a virtual understanding of the path of an object such as the ball used in cricket, tennis, etc. The technology was invented in 2001 by Dr. Paul Hawkins in the United Kingdom for cricket....
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Ball on Lane Tracking System (abbreviated as B.O.L.T.S.) is a new development in the ball tracking system in bowling through which ball path is tracked while moving down the bowling lane.  B.O.L.T.S. has been introduced to replace the earlier used Computer-Aided Tracking System (C.A.T.S.).
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Computer Aided Tracking System (abbreviated as C.A.T.S. or CATS) is a first digital ball-tracking system used in bowling centres. C.A.T.S. was introduced way back in 1980 by USBC (United States Bowling Congress), United States Bowling Congress. It helps to provide information which the human eye cannot catch quickly or human...