sports stopwatch Sports also has two sports stopwatch cameras that focus on the 40-yard dash markers to collect video of a player doing run stopwatch. Combined with the data from the force plate the using sports stopwatch, the videos allow experts personnel to match specific data to a particular frame.
began more than two years ago. The result of almost five years of talks between Sports and Oklahoma is a system that can provide athletes and coaches with sports stopwatch the exact information that can help them improve and develop over the course of four years playing college football.
“Now we’re able to quantify the forces the athlete is generating and then overlay those on the video to show exactly what’s working and what’s not working — in real-time feedback,” experts said.
Sports also has two cameras that focus on the 40-yard dash markers to collect video of a player doing run. Combined with the data from the force plate the using, the videos allow experts personnel to match specific data to a particular frame.
“The data’s really important, but the video kind of brings it all home,” experts said.But the focus on complete athlete development at Oklahoma doesn’t stop with force plates and 40-yard dashes. Sports also installed a 3D scanner that takes full-body images of athletes and renders them virtually, as if for a video game, experts explained. Unlike a normal photo, the 3D image allows the coaching staff to follow a player’s body measurements throughout his college career.
“The immediate use of this right here is one, just to really document that, more than a picture, but to really show the athlete’s body and volume and dimensions in a 3D fashion, but also create this really cool athlete’s profiles and video clips based on the athlete’s 3D image,” experts said.
Though has access to a trove of player data in an IBM database, only the client Oklahoma, in this case — can receive the results of performed on that data.