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fuseproject Wearable Tech Helps Golfers Track Stats

'Game Golf' by Fuseproject features a wearable device and tags for each club that gather data to help golfers improve.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on March 6, 2013.

fuseproject has built a platform for golfers that aims to enhance their experience without disrupting the flow of the game. ‘Game Golf‘ helps them keep track of their stats and showing every shot they take on the course using accurate maps.

Golfers wear a little device on their belt or in their pocket that works seamlessly with the mobile app and website, utilizing advanced sensor technology to track movement and transmit data. The GYG device connects with tiny tags for their golf clubs through RFID.

Fuseproject Helps Golfers Track Stats With Data Visualization Platform

The GPS location can be entered by simply tapping a club on the device. It then tracks the golfer’s stats to help them improve, providing engaging data visualizations that show their performance with each club, where their longest drive landed, etc. You can also share your data with others via social networks or email, and create competitions between friends on the platform.

Game Golf enables golfers to view highlights of their personal bests, wins and losses, milestones achieved, comparisons and goals. They can see how their game stacks up over time and across different courses and clubs, against friends, other players, and the pros. Game Golf is currently raising funds on Indiegogo, where you can pledge $169 for a GYG device and a 1-year subscription to the platform. You can check out the video below to learn more:

Game Golf

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