ShotTracker senses shot attempts, makes and misses to create a personalised profile for each user

When you play sports, fitness wearables track how hard your body works but they don’t usually monitor how well you play the game. A new device promises to change all that for basketball aficionados, by tracking every shot attempt, hit and miss to create a customized shooting profile.

ShotTracker comprises three pieces, a net sensor, a wearable that slides into a wristband or compression sleeve, and an app that records all the action on court. Kansas-based basketball and technology experts Davyeon Ross and Bruce Ianni co-founded ShotTracker to create an affordable wearable to help players improve their shooting.

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