This Swimming Technology Measures Water Pressure to Assess Technique

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Aug 5, 2016
References: ekvv.uni-bielefeld.de & newatlas
A group of engineers and researchers working out of Bielefeld University in Germany have gone about improving an exceptionally innovative and impressive swimming technology that is designed to make it easier than ever for competitive swimmers competing at the highest level of the sport to make use of real-time feedback and monitoring, allowing them to exercise a tangible competitive edge over their rivals.

This swimming technology makes use of special gloves that are capable of measuring the pressure of water flow, with the resulting data then routed to special software that translates the information to sound which the athlete can hear in real-time.

With the Olympic swimming competition just days away, this swimming technology will surely capture heads among athletes looking to make use of scientific prowess to enhance their performance.