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A cutting-edge sensor system for helping you to understand and teach wrist motion
What our users say
“Wrist action is one of hardest things to “see” during the swing; however with HackMotion’s Wrist Sensor, I now have the facts to present to my students!”
“There was no easy way to capture the lead wrist movement until now. HackMotion sensor changes that. It takes seconds to set up and is so easy to operate that now I am using it in my lessons daily.”
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Capture every movement of the wrist
Uniquely detailed insight into lead wrist’s movement. The sensor system measures 3D wrist angles and is designed for both full swing and short game.
Extension / flexion parameter
Ulnar / radial deviation parameter
* coming soon
Wrist data after each swing
Wrist angle data after each shot
Measure your progress after each swing
Set your target wrist angles and get immediate feedback for reinforcement learning
Explore detailed dynamic of wrist motion
Learn correct release and transition from flexion to extension.
Compare you wrist motion to elite player's data
Real-time 3D model and replay of wrist motion
Analyse each swing with frame by frame replay of the 3D hand model
Setting up is easy
1. Put the sensor on like a wristwatch
Sensor is easily attached to the hand using adjustable size straps that are provided with the system.
2. Calibrate in couple seconds
Calibration aligns the sensor with the hand with a single press of a button.
3. Get detailed wrist data and biofeedback
The sensor automatically detects the swing, displays wrist data and gives audio feedback for reinforcement learning
Brian Manzella: "HackMotion is the next big thing in Golf Instruction tools."
Brian Manzella is the 29th ranked teacher in America on Golf Digest's 50 Best Teachers in America List, his third consecutive time in the Top 50. He is a 4-time and current Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher in America. A 28-year member of the PGA of America, Brian was the 2013 PGA Gulf States Section Teacher of the Year and the PGA Kentucky Section Teacher of the Year in 2003.