What are the applications for Blast Vision? (Baseball/Golf/Softball)

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What are the applications for Blast Vision?
•       Golf: Full Swing Only (drivers / irons / wedge)
•       Hitting off ground (ball must travel at least 40 mph)
•       Use Cases:
1.     Players training to hit clubs with the correct launch angle
2.     Driving range (note: need a minimum of 8’ to setup camera, drivers should have a minimum of 10’)
•       Players can tune the loft of their drivers for maximum distance or consistency
3.     Golf Coach can work with client on swing consistency by hitting the same club within a launch angle range
•       Coaches can help players adjust their drivers for maximum distance or consistency
4.     Hitting into a net at home – gamification / visuals make practice more fun
•       Player can now visualize how far they hit the ball
•       Send videos to a coach for review
•       NOTE: few players will have / own golf nets
5.     Club Fitting
•       Coaches and Players can test different clubs to determine which is the best for them
6.     Player Assessment (Lesson or Camp)
•       Coach can assess consistency and averages performance before a Golf lesson or camp, then perform a final assessment to compare before and after training
 

•       Baseball / Softball: Swing - Hitting off a T / soft toss / live pitch
•       Use Cases:
1.     Coach in a batting cage using sessions to capture for each of his players OR players taking it to the cage
•       Coach can now measure hitting quality for each of his players and what part of the field they are hitting
•       Coach working in an individual lesson to get the player to hit the ball towards some part of the field
•       NOTE: challenge – cage needs to allow a minimum of 6 feet so setup the camera, some support 8 feet well
2.     Hitting into a net in the backyard or garage 
•       Player can now visualize how far and to what part of the field they hit the ball 
•       Send videos to a coach for review
3.     Baseball players can compete as a group, naturally gamifying the experience (who hit the ball hardest, farther, out of infield, highest average, etc.) in a batting cage scenario or at home
4.     Batting Cage operator’s setup dedicated TVs and connects BV to create an instant feedback cage
•       Coach and player can now see spray charts for that lesson (assess needs to set-up individual sessions)
5.     Bat Fitting
•       Coaches and Players can test different bats to determine which is the best for them
6.     Player Assessment (Lesson or Camp)
•       Coach can assess consistency and averages performance before a lesson or camp, then perform a final assessment to compare before and after training

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