MC Sport Biometrics is a research project intended to develop new technologies to monitor and improve the user’s sport performances. In particular, the project is addressed to tennis players of any level, and aims to provide a new tool for the execution of the exact movement required for the tennis serve.
Sport Biometrics represents an unique, innovative solution able to provide the user with:
It is critical, to begin a real path to improvement in any sport discipline, to have an exact perception of our movements. This is especially true for certain sports in which is necessary to perform an exact movement (such as the paddle in rowing, the swing in golf, the serve in tennis).
Through the realization of the Sport Biometrics project, MediaClinics wants to develop a service which, exploiting the latest technologies, provides the users with a tool to evaluate their performances and the correctness of their movements in a quick, clear and objective way.
MC Sport Biometrics involves the analysis, the development and the integration of different technologies for the supply of an innovative self-training service addressed at the tennis players and provided via sport centers:
The solution developed under the MC Sport Biometrics is protected by a patent for Industrial Invention granted by the Italian Patent and Trademark Office (application n. 102016000033233). Another application has also been submitted to the European Patent Organisation (application n. 17164050.1) and is currently under evaluation.