Why you should buy Coollang's Smart Baseball sensor?
The Coollang baseball sensor is a 6 grams gadget that fits inside a rubber grip (called a mount) which attaches to the knob of a softball or baseball bat. The sensor is a gyroscope and accelerometer—meaning: when the Coollang sensor is attached to the bottom of a bat it can determine both the bat’s orientation to the earth as well as how fast and what direction it moves.
The Coollang sensor records these orientation and movement data points and, via Bluetooth, transfers the information to Smart Baseball app on your device. It only transfers the relevant data gathered around the time the bat makes contact with the ball. The app then aggregates these data points and places a series of charts, tables and graphics for perusal at your fingertips, literally.
If the Bluetooth connection is live during hitting the sensor immediately transfers its information to the phone or tablet. The results reveal in a matter of moments. If the sensor is not Bluetooth connected then the data is recorded on the sensor and transfers when Bluetooth connects later.
The combined data creates metrics the average (and not so average) baseball player has never before seen. To name some of the insights the app provides
This data is then stored under the selected player’s profile as well as the bat they were using when the data was generated. At any point in the future you can review any swings in aggregate under the ’ report section or individually through the calendar.
The app can capture video of the swing two seconds before and one second after contact–it knows where to capture because the accelerometer tells it there was impact.
This video clip is then filed away with the other data the sensor gathered. You can review these videos with toggled slow motion anytime later. We found the video review of the hit more valuable than the actual data points. Both used in conjunction, however, the two modes create a bag full of insight no generation of baseball players has ever experienced.
And Coollang baseball sensor benefits are not done yet. The technology includes a catalog of tips, drills and videos the app suggests based on the deficit of skill reported in the metrics. John Mallee, hitting coach of the Cubs, even has a few cameos in the tips section showing you different drills for any number of topics: bat speed, hand speed, attack angle and so on.
Additionally, after just a couple hours of use, I increased the consistency of my hitting instruction to my boys by several multiples. I knew exactly what I was talking about and had video and data evidence to prove it to myself and to them.
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