Thursday, January 27, 2011
Your skis can track your movement, compiles the results, Wagner and give you the feedback. Who would not like an actual representation of how you skied based on real number. Talk about improvement.
vLinks, which analyze every nuance of your form—from speed and turn radius to slippage and imbalances. The vLinks are essentially souped-up optical mouses that grab data 6,500 times per second to track movement spatially along X, Y, and Z axes and rotationally, capturing pitch, roll, and yaw. After your day on the slopes, Wagner runs the numbers through proprietary software and combines them with the results of an in-depth questionnaire to craft truly custom equipment.