Ramping Up Wearables for Athletes

Ramping Up Wearables for Athletes

The latest tools for athletes to analyze and improve performance

Kiran Umapathy
  • 19 january 2015

Not too long ago, the only time we saw wearables on athletes was for video games where developers were trying to capture the unique movements of players for a more realistic gaming experience.

While professional sports teams may have had access to these technologies for a while, we’re now seeing companies offer affordable solutions to athletes of all levels so they can critique and improve their skills. Running and general fitness wearables have become ubiquitous, but here are two other products being demonstrated this year at CES.

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