Radar System Automatically Creates Video Clips

Pocket Radar’s Smart Coach Radar is promoted as the first affordable video training system that empowers users with the ability to create and share a digital record of their progress. By providing actionable insights into important metrics like hitting exit velocity, serve speed and pitch speed, coaches and athletes can now optimize their techniques and methods to get better results in the new era of athletic training.

 

The Smart Coach Radar companion app includes video recording abilities with an embedded speed display that will measure speed and control. With every speed, the app provides instant feedback with audio and speed display and will track results over time so players can monitor their progress. 

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Smart Coach Radar lightweight at 4.5 ounces with batteries included. It can measure a baseball with ±1 MPH accuracy within a 120-foot range. It can be used as a stand-alone radar gun or with the companion app. The app stores the data, so athletes and coaches can share it at a moment’s notice and receive feedback. The Smart Coach Radar retails for $399.99. For more details, visit Pocket Radar.

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