iTrainer helps with your golf swing


itrainer.jpgYou can never achieve the perfect golf swing despite facts pointing otherwise in theory. Just ask Tiger Woods – even when he’s playing in a totally different person compared to his peers, he still has not achieved the perfect swing under all conditions. If you’re an avid fan of golf and want to make a quick impact in your game by learning through your mistakes in earnest, the iTrainer Golf system could be just the ticket. In a nutshell, the iTrainer is a sophisticated system that uses 3D sensors to measure all the key aspects within your swing thanks to a Bluetooth module attached to the club, comparing those results to an optimum swing profile while providing instantaneous feedback through a wireless headset.

To go into further detail, the iTrainer system can be used by both individuals and trainers, where the Sports Motion Capture Device (SMCD) hooks on to the shaft of any club. Being a mere 80g in weight, you can be assured that the club feels the same even when the SMCD is removed. Swing dynamics are captured in 3D thanks to the solid state gyroscopes, magnetometers, and accelerometers within. These information are fed back through a PDA, where the swing analysis software produces an audio feedback on how to be better in the next swing.

The iTrainer also boasts a wide range of swing profiles to accommodate the recreational, amateur, and professional segments of golfers, making it all the more effective when used under the supervision of a coach who is already familiar with your swing. Existing profiles can be customized to suit each individual, lending an air of professionalism to this device.

Source: Gizmag

2 reviews or comments

Peter Says: June 11, 2007 at 10:21 am

Where or how do I go about buying the itrainer??????Cheers

Al Says: June 11, 2007 at 10:43 am

It’s still under development at the moment, you can find ore info at

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